Survey: Most Say Musk Will Improve Twitter, Will Start Using It More
Americans largely think Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter will make it better, and that they’ll use it more often, now that the free-speech billionaire has purchased the giant social media platform.
Polls: Media Distrust News on Social, But Americans Distrust Media
Legacy media professionals say the mix of news people see on social media platforms is one-sided, inaccurate and one-sided – just the way Americans say they view the legacy news media.
Editor’s Pick: CNSNews on 58% of Voters Not Trusting CNN
On Tuesday, CNSNews Blog Editor Craig Bannister reported: “CNN has long claimed to be ‘The Most Trusted Name in News’ – but, a strong majority of voters say it’s not, a new Rasmussen survey reveals.” He explained: “The national survey of 1,000 U.S. likely voters, conducted February 3 and 6, 2022, finds that 58% disagree with the network’s boast.”
57% of Dems Want Big Tech to Ensure 'Some People Are Not Offended'
While a slim majority of Americans still want social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to allow unrestricted free speech on their platforms, a solid majority of Democrats want the platforms to regulate content that might offend “some people,” a new survey by Rasmussen Reports finds.
Editor’s Pick: CNS Covers Poll Showing HUGE Support for Two Genders
Our friends at CNS News have a piece from Monday that gave hope to anyone who believes in what should be seen as both a basic fact and uncontroversial stance set forth by God: there are only genders in man and woman. CNS News managing editor Michael Chapman has the details thanks to Rasmussen as they tied the poll to the fact that Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has faced a torrent of…
Only 11% of Voters Are Very Confident Social Media Censorship Is Fair
Only one in nine U.S. likely voters are very confident that social media censor questionable content in a fair and unbiased way, while nearly half have no trust at all that it will do so, a new Rasmussen survey finds.
Rasmussen: 61% of Users Say Social Media Is Bad for US Politics
More than three-fourths of social media users do not believe most of what they read on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, a new Rasmussen survey finds.
Rasmussen Poll: 48 Percent Say Media Biased Against Trump
Rasmussen Poll: Only 29% Trust Media 'Fact Checking' of Candidates
Rasmussen Poll: 46 Percent Expected Moderators to Favor Hillary
Poll: Only 23% of Voters Say Reporters Will 'Offer Unbiased Coverage'
The media's reputation for bias was confirmed in a poll released Thursday by Rasmussen Reports, which found 61 percent of "likely U.S. voters do not trust the political news they are getting. That's a 16-point jump from 45% last October." Rasmussen also asked the 965 likely voters, "When it comes to the  presidential campaign, will most reporters try to help or hurt Hillary Clinton, or…