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Just 5 percent assign a 1 or 2, indicating low confidence.Those figures represent a high-water mark for trust in the military, which rated relatively low in Iowa Polls from the late 1970s and early 1980s, but has grown in esteem in the post-9/11 era.That’s a 25 percent drop in confidence in 15 years.The presidency, too, suffers from a scarcity of trust — and an abundance of partisanship.
Fully three-quarters of poll respondents have high confidence in the U. armed forces, giving the military a 5 or a 6 on the 6-point scale.
“It used to be you had your trusted paper you could read and know what’s going on in the world.
Now it’s just crazy.”Iowans’ confidence in the media is in long-term decline.
Kevin Gibbens, a convenience store manager from Creston, was among those registering no confidence in the news media.
His beef, he said, is with journalism’s emphasis on the sensational rather than the substantive.“They want a story, and they don’t care what it is or even if they’ve got all the information,” he said.
Gibbens, 42, called national news organizations worse offenders than local outlets, and saw the tendency to overplay or misrepresent stories as especially acute in political journalism.