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WCPO is part of a project on trust in the media

Do you trust the media?

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It is one of the biggest questions and issues that emerged from last year's election cycle.

The rise of fake news and so-called "alternative facts" have dominated conversation so far in 2017. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump continually calls out the media for dishonest reporting.

But the issues that have led to the public's trust in media to sink to an all-time low were fomenting long before Trump brought them into the national political discourse.

At WCPO, we are trying to help improve trust in the media. And we need your help.

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We are part of a project with the Reynolds Journalism Institute on trust. Whether you trust the media or not, we need your opinion.

So if you have a few minutes, please take this short survey about what kind of news you trust, and how you decide what to read, watch and listen to.

MOBILE USERS: If you have trouble with the below survey displaying on mobile, click this link.

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If you have questions or want to know more, feel free to email me.

Mike Canan is editor of WCPO.com. Contact him at mike.canan@wcpo.com. Follow him on Twitter or Instagram at @Mike_Canan.

 
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