Less than a quarter of voters trust the media to accurately report on crime, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Tuesday found.
Rasmussen Reports conducted the survey June 8-9, 2021, among 915 likely U.S. voters and asked, “Do most of the news media report fairly and accurately about the problem of crime in America?”
Less than a quarter, 24 percent, said “yes,” while a solid majority, 60 percent,” said “no.” Even a plurality of Democrats, 44 percent, expressed the belief that the news media do not accurately report on crime. Seventy-one percent of Republicans and 70 percent of independents agreed.
Additionally, 59 percent of black voters do not believe the media reports crime fairly or accurately, nor do 65 percent of other non-white voters.
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