Americans See More News Bias; Most Can’t Name Neutral Source

Americans’ perceptions of news media bias have increased significantly over the past generation. Thirty-two percent believe the news media are careful to separate fact from opinion, well below the 58% who held this view in 1984. Meanwhile, 66% currently agree that most news media do not do a good job of letting people know what is fact and what is opinion, up from 42%. CONT.

Jeffrey M. Jones & Zacc Ritter, Gallup