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Trust in broadcast TV news sources in the U.S. 2017, by political affiliation

Level of trust in broadcast TV news as a news source in the United States as of June 2017, by political affiliation

by Amy Watson, last edited Oct 10, 2018
Trust in broadcast TV news sources in the U.S. 2017, by political affiliation This graph shows the level of trust in broadcast TV news as a news source in the United States as of June 2017, sorted by political affiliation. According to the source, 40 percent of Republican respondents trusted the news they saw on broadcast TV most of the time.
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Level of trust in broadcast TV news as a news source in the United States as of June 2017, by political affiliation

All of the timeMost of the timeAbout half the timeRarely Almost neverDon't know
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All of the timeMost of the timeAbout half the timeRarely Almost neverDon't know
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by Amy Watson, last edited Oct 10, 2018
This graph shows the level of trust in broadcast TV news as a news source in the United States as of June 2017, sorted by political affiliation. According to the source, 40 percent of Republican respondents trusted the news they saw on broadcast TV most of the time.
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