Survey: Americans Unable To Separate Facts From Opinion

RT AMERICA – June 21, 2018: Americans are increasingly unable to identify fake from real news according to a recent Pew Survey. Only 26% of over 5000 adults surveyed were able to identify correctly five factual statements. Around 35% were able to identify five opinion statements. The survey was conducted in the wake of the so-called fake news phenomenon. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte and Conservative commentator Steve Malzberg analyze.


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