Democrats and Republicans alike report great skepticism when it comes to national political reporters, the content they report and their motivations.
Those are the results from a new "Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson" poll conducted by ScottRasmussen.com. It examined American voters' trust in the media.
Sixty-six percent (66%) of voters say national national political reporters often get important aspects of the story wrong.
Here are a couple of other questions and the results:
Do national political reporters accurately report what happened or promote their agenda?
78%: Promote their agenda
14%: Report what happened
If a national political reporter found out something that would hurt their favorite candidate, would they report it?
36%: Would report it