Survey: America Has Least-Trusted Media on Planet Earth
According to a massive survey that looked at the state of media all across the world, America has the least-trusted media on Planet Earth.
*takes a bow, takes another bow, humblebrags with the words, “I had help, I had help”*
This eleventh edition of our Digital News Report, based on data from six continents and 46 markets, aims to cast light on the key issues that face the industry. Our more global sample, which since 2021 has included India, Indonesia, Thailand, Nigeria, Colombia, and Peru, provides some understanding of how differently the news environment operates outside the United States and Europe.
Trust in the news has fallen in almost half the countries in our survey, and risen in just seven, partly reversing the gains made at the height of the Coronavirus pandemic. On average, around four in ten of our total sample (42%) say they trust most news most of the time. Finland remains the country with the highest levels of overall trust (69%), while news trust in the USA has fallen by a further three percentage points and remains the lowest (26%) in our survey.
….the lowest in our survey…
BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA *deep breath* HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Take a moment [.] to inhale the aroma of victory…
We’re never going to put the corporate media out of business. Between cable television’s carriage fees, corrupt multinational corporations (*cough* Amazon*cough-cough*) eager to fund fascist propaganda outlets like the Washington Post and CNN, and the fact that in a country of 335 million you only need one-percent of the population to subscribe to a left-wing newsletter like the New York Times, these liars aren’t going anywhere ever.
One thing we can do, using the truth, is expose these outlets as the fascist liars they are, which erodes their moral authority, which eliminates their ability to sway public opinion.
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