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US confidence in newspapers hits new low

US: Confidence in newspapers has taken another hit among Americans, dropping to 23 percent, according to a new survey. That compares to confidence levels of 25 percent in 2012 and 28 percent in 2011, said the Gallup poll.

The latest figure is just above the all-time low of 22 percent in 2007, but the downward trend has been generally steady since 1979, when it stood at 51 percent.

Newspapers ranked near the bottom on a list of 16 societal institutions Gallup measured in the June 1-4 survey, released Monday. Television news was tied with newspapers. The only institutions television news and newspapers beat out this year are big business, organized labor, health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and the US Congress.

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