According to a Knight Foundation-Gallup survey, Americans believe that 62% of the news they consume on TV, in newspapers, and on the radio is biased. Bias and inaccuracy differed based on the respondents’ political persuasions, particularly with regard to Fox News, Breitbart News, CNN, and MSNBC. For complete survey results, see this Business Insider article. — Joe
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