10/13/2009 2:58 PM ET
Because the news media's role was so central to the 2008 presidential campaign, Rasmussen Reports posed several questions on public perceptions of the media throughout the campaign.
10/13/2009 2:49 PM ET
During the 2008 primary season, a Pew Research Center poll of 1,000 Americans discovered that most thought "press coverage has favored Barack Obama than thought it has favored Hillary Clinton."
10/13/2009 12:24 PM ET
The Sacred Heart University Polling Institute polled 800 Americans in late November and early December, 2007.
10/13/2009 12:05 PM ET
Researchers at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government polled 1,207 adults in September 2007 to ascertain the public's "confidence" in American leaders in a variety of sectors, ...
10/13/2009 11:59 AM ET
A pair of Rasmussen surveys conducted in mid-July 2007, each of approximately 1,000 adults, documented how Americans perceive various television news outlets and major newspapers.
10/13/2009 11:39 AM ET
Two polls conducted in 2007 found the public generally thought the media's coverage of the war in Iraq skewed in a negative, pessimistic direction.
10/13/2009 11:22 AM ET
In a February 20-26, 2007 survey conducted for the Politics Online Conference 2007, the George Washington University's Institute for Politics, Democracy and the Internet paired with Zogby ...
10/12/2009 10:11 AM ET
In late January 2006, a CBS News/New York Times poll asked 1,229 adults about their attitudes toward the news media as part of a "State of the Media" segment on the CBS Evening News.
10/12/2009 10:07 AM ET
In May 2005, Gannett's First Amendment Center in Nashville polled Americans about their attitudes towards the media.
10/12/2009 10:04 AM ET
The Missouri School of Journalism's Center for Advanced Social Research surveyed 495 adults about their attitudes toward the press during June and July of 2004.