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Infographic: Poll Finds Americans Split on Trusted Media for Health Law News

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A new Kaiser Health Tracking Poll that asked Americans their opinion on the future of the US healthcare system found the country is deeply divided, but not only on questions of health policy. Americans also have widely varying feelings on which media sources they can trust for healthcare news — if they can trust any at all.

A new Kaiser Health Tracking Poll that asked Americans their opinion on the future of the US healthcare system found the country is deeply divided, but not only on questions of health policy. Americans also have widely varying feelings on which media sources they can trust for healthcare news — if they can trust any at all.

Surprisingly, almost 2 in 5 Americans surveyed felt they could not trust any media sources for information on the US healthcare system. Those who did rely on some kind of media differed in their levels of trust and their preferred outlet for news.

See the infographic below for more detail on the poll findings.

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