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An increasing share of Americans — especially Republicans — believe the coronavirus pandemic is being overexaggerated and see news about the outbreak with partisan viewpoints, according to a new Pew Research study.
Generally, nearly 64 percent of American adults believe the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and public health organizations get the facts right about COVID-19 “almost all” the time, while 30 percent say the same about the Trump administration.
The article goes on to state the following:
The majority of self-identified Democrats believe five sources get their facts right: The CDC and public health groups at 76 percent; governors and state governments at 62 percent; local and national news media at 62 percent and 60 percent, respectively.
Asked if President Donald J. Trump’s White House provides accurate information, only 9 percent of Democrats said they trusted facts regarding the coronavirus, while 54 percent of Republicans believe the administration’s information. ,
Instead, Republicans are skeptical of media outlets. Only 38 percent trust local news media and 25 percent trust national news media.
68 percent of the people who rely on the White House for news about the pandemic said the outbreak has been “made a bigger deal than it really is.”
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