The Culture of Disbelief

November 2006
Atlantic;Nov2006, Vol. 298 Issue 4, p45
The article describes a study by the Pew Research Center that found that the presidency of U.S. President George W. Bush has changed the way that Americans relate to the news media. Democrats and Republicans alike distrust reports, particularly news concerning the Middle East, from mainstream news outlets. A series of graphs compares trust of CNN, NPR, FOX News and the Wall Street Journal.


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