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article A study has found that the most trusted news source on the web is CNN, with about 80 per cent of readers giving the network a thumbs up.
And that’s not the only one.
The study, released on Wednesday, also found that Facebook had the highest number of ‘most trusted’ sources at 1,065, followed by Google with 1,021 and The Huffington Post with 1.02.
It’s a staggering increase in trust from the previous survey in 2013.
That year, only about two thirds of the population trusted any of the internet’s top four news outlets, according to Pew Research.
“The most trusted media are the most respected,” said Sam Pizzigati, a senior researcher with the Pew Research Center.
“The fact that there are more than a quarter of people who trust the news media is extraordinary.
The news media can be the most important thing to people.”
The Pew survey found that nearly one in five Americans has never heard of CNN.
And nearly one quarter of Americans have never heard about CNN at all.
Pizzigato found that in a recent survey, Facebook had a higher number of trusted sources than the other two platforms.
“That’s surprising,” he said.
“It’s probably something that has to do with the fact that they’re the ones that have the content on their site, the news is produced by them and the platform is the one that makes it.
But it’s also interesting that Facebook and Google have these huge numbers.”‘
You’re the most trustworthy news source in the world’In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Pizzigan said that the data was so convincing, that people were willing to give up their real names and email addresses.
“If you’re the source for the story, you’re going to get a lot of feedback from that,” he told the newspaper.
“We’ve seen this kind of feedback that comes from the real world where we’ve seen people with real-life stories in real life that we know are being passed around,” he added.
“You’re not going to hear from the most influential people in the country, but from the people who have had real-world stories in the real-space.
It’s a huge change.”
The study comes as news organizations and social media platforms have come under fire over the way they have treated stories from the left and right.
This week, news site The Hill reported that a US Army veteran’s account was deleted after it was found to have posted false news about an alleged rape.
The story was later published on Facebook and the site removed it.
Also in the past week, a former Fox News employee was fired after he was caught using his Twitter account to threaten President Donald Trump.