Readers May Trust News Stories More When They Don’t Know Their Source


Readers’ trust in news stories depends more on the source’s alignment with their political preferences than the actual content of the story, according to a new report from the Knight Foundation and Gallup.

Source attribution can reduce readers’ trust by reminding them of their personal preferences and biases, the study suggests.

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