Democrats are much more likely than Republicans to support news media’s watchdog role

A new global study finds a 47 percentage point partisan divide on trust in journalism in the US. The partisan gap on whether people trust the media has been obvious in the US for a while. A new survey suggests politically polarized opinions of the news media are much stronger in the US than elsewhere.

Following up on their yearly survey of US news media habits, the Pew Research Center asked residents of 38 countries about their views on journalism in their countries. In all the countries surveyed, people were more...

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By: Vox - Friday, 12 January

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