Allie Bidwell reports at USNews & World Report:
Continuing a decades-long downward trend, fewer than one-fourth of Americans have confidence in newspapers, according to a recent Gallup poll.
The percentage of Americans saying they have "a great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in newspapers dropped to 23 percent this year from 25 percent last year, according to a report on the poll, which was released Monday. . . .
Confidence in television news has also been slipping -- it's tied with newspapers this year at 23 percent, which is slightly up from last year's all-time low of 21 percent.
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