Major­i­ty of like­ly vot­ers do not trust news media: Poll

Majority of likely voters do not trust news media: Poll

(The Cen­ter Square) – Amer­i­cans do not trust sev­er­al major U.S. insti­tu­tions, par­tic­u­lar­ly the nation­al news media.
The recent­ly released Cen­ter Square Vot­ers’ Voice poll found that 43% of Amer­i­cans say the media is trust­wor­thy, com­pared with 54% who said it is not trust­wor­thy.
Younger peo­ple were more like­ly to trust the media, with 47% of those ages 18–34 say­ing they trust it and 46% say­ing the oppo­site.
The num­bers steadi­ly wors­en as like­ly vot­ers get old­er, with 41% of like­ly vot­ers 65-years-old and old­er say­ing they trust the media, com­pared to 57% who do not.
With the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion com­ing in Novem­ber, the poll also asked vote …