Gallup Survey: Confidence Rises in Television News

Jun 28, 2011  •  Post A Comment

The public has more confidence in television news this year, after 2010 revealed a record-tying low, reports TVNewser.com.

"Confidence in newspapers and television news increased across most key subgroups, with the biggest across-the-board improvements among 30- to 49-year-olds and men," Gallup noted.

According to the actual survey, about 27% of Americans express a great deal or quite a lot of confidence in TV news, compared with just 22% in 2010.

"The widespread improvement in confidence in newspapers and television news is good news for these industries, which have struggled through changes in the way audiences consume news and the way advertisers reach those audiences," Gallup notes.

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