Half of Americans Can’t Name a News Source They Consider Objective


A new study by the Knight Foundation puts public perception of biased news media in a historical perspective at a time when “fake news” has become a catchphrase.

In 1989, only 25 percent of US adults said there was a “great deal” of political bias in news coverage. Now, that number is at an all-time high of 45 percent.

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