POLL: 46% find CDC information untrustworthy

About 46% of the public says the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is at least somewhat untrustworthy. That’s according to a recent Invisibly online poll.

Fifty-four percent (54%) said the CDC is slightly or completely trustworthy.

The number of people who said CDC information is “completely untrustworthy” (33%) is up 10 percentage points over a year ago.

Young people aged 18-24 are most likely to trust CDC guidelines (58%).

Twenty-eight percent (28%) of people said they believe their state’s reopening is going too slow.

Twenty-three percent (23%) said they think their state’s reopening is moving too fast.

About 29% said they are happy with their state’s progress on reopening.

When asked this year and last year, most say they used their stimulus checks for paying bills.

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2 thoughts on “POLL: 46% find CDC information untrustworthy”

  1. Add the untrustworthiness of JAMA to the list. Here’s a solid critique of the bought “research” that sunk Ivermectin.

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