The latest Pew survey into the credibility of U.S. news media paints a bleak picture, with the news media’s reputation reaching or matching all-time lows for accuracy, neutrality, independence and willingness to admit mistakes. Also notable is the pervasive partisan divide between how Republicans and Democrats view specific news organizations.

The latest Pew survey into the credibility of U.S. news media paints a bleak picture, with the news media’s reputation reaching or matching all-time lows for accuracy, neutrality, independence and willingness to admit mistakes. Also notable is the pervasive partisan divide between how Republicans and Democrats view specific news organizations.

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