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Americans say social media is destroying the news — but nobody knows what to do about it

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Social media truly is bringing Americans together... in our frustration over social media giants. 


Americans are fed up with the role that big tech companies now play in the news media, according to a new study from the Knight Foundation and Gallup. 


Maybe worse — we're enormously conflicted on what to do about that.


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On Tuesday, the Knight Foundation and Gallup published a sweeping study about the public's perception of the media — including tech companies — and its role in politics and society. 


Entitled "American Views: Trust, Media and Democracy," the study surveyed 19,196 Americans over the age of 18 about their news consumption habits, the extent that they believe the media is important to a democracy, whether they believe the media is succeeding in informing the public, how the proliferation of online news sources is contributing to their consumption of current events, the extent of the problem of fake news, and more.  Read more...

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