Pew Research Center: Majority Say News Is Biased
July 7, 2016
News consumers show a clear preference for getting news on a screen, and the TV screen still leads the way, though there are signs of a big generational shift.
That is according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center, which also found that a majority of respondents think those news outlets are biased when covering political and social issues.
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