Vatic Note: This is good news to me. Why? Because it means the sheeple are waking up big time. Deception will be a harder pill to swallow with enough time and exposure of such deceptions propogated by the Zionist Khazar bankers.
This was so well done, that it says it all and I have nothing more to add to it. I am just sorry that we still have 40% that still don't get it with all the evidence that has come out and all the exposure on the mafia nature of those running our shadow government from the White House, London, and Tel Aviv.
60 percent of Americans don’t trust their mass media – poll
By Admin, The Unhived Mind, October 1, 2015
A new Gallup poll has found that six in 10 Americans say that their
trust in mass media ranges from “not very much” to “none at all.” Those
surveyed were asked about the media reporting the news fully, accurately
Just 33 percent said they had a “fair amount” of trust in mass media
such as newspapers, TV and radio, and only 7 percent had a “great deal”
of trust and confidence that the mass media reports the news, according
to a Gallup poll released this week.
Ten years ago, Gallup found an even split of 50/50 among Americans
regarding their trust and lack of trust of the media. According to their
poll results, the last time the majority of Americans trusted their
media was 1976.
“Americans’ trust level in the media has drifted downward over the
past decade…Some of the loss in trust may have been self-inflicted,”
wrote Rebecca Riffkin, a Gallup analyst, in a statement.
“Major venerable news organizations have been caught making serious
mistakes in the past several years, including the scandal involving
former NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams in 2015 that some of his
firsthand accounts of news events had been exaggerated or
Other mass media scandals that violated public trust include the
inaccuracy of stories on Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, such as
those that Judith Miller wrote for The New York Times in the lead-up to
Iraq war. Jayson Blair, also of the NY Times, plagiarized and fabricated
facts in at least 36 articles, something that led to his firing and to
the resignation of an editor and manager at the newspaper. There were
also revelations in 2003 that the Bush administration paid columnists to
promote its policies.
The new poll was conducted as a telephone survey over five days, from
September 9 to 13, with over 1,000 adults from 50 US states and the
District of Columbia.
Pollsters found that trust in the media was lowest among Americans
aged 18 to 49 than among those 50 and older, a pattern first noticed in
2012. Prior to 2012, there was less distinction between age groups
except in 2005 and 2008. When poll results are examined along political lines, trust among
Democrats has usually been higher over the past decade than among
Republicans and independents.
That remains the case in the new survey,
with 55 percent of Democrats trusting mass media, while the Republicans
polled registered 32 percent, an increase of 5 percent from 2014. The
trust of independents, however, decreased from 38 percent to 33 percent.
Pollsters know that trust opinions typically dip during election
years – including 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2014 – but the dip in a
non-election year is unusual. Gallup’s Riffkin said confidence in media
has slowly eroded from a high of 55 percent in 1998 and 1999. Since
2007, the majority of Americans had little to no trust in the mass
The decline follows the same trajectory as Americans’ confidence in
many US institutions, and their declining trust in the federal
government’s ability to handle domestic and international problems over
the same time period.
Gallup released a poll in June 2015 that found that Americans’
confidence in most major institutions had been down for many years, as
the US dealt with prolonged wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, a major
recession and sluggish economy, and a dysfunctional Congress.
Pollsters found only 28 percent of Americans were satisfied with the
state of the nation, down from 40 percent in 2004. Broken down by
institution, only 8 percent of Americans had trust in their Congress, 21
percent in television news, 23 percent in the criminal justice system
and 32 percent in the US Supreme Court.
Where Americans had a great deal of trust was in small businesses (62 percent) and the military (72 percent).
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