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Fifty-three percent of likely U.S. voters do not trust the political news they’re getting according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey. Only 33 percent said they trust the political news they are getting.

The number of voters who do not trust the political news they receive has increased 10 points since July.

Fifty-eight percent of voters said the media is less aggressive in its questioning of President Joe Biden than it was for President Donald J. Trump.

Seventeen percent said the media questions of Biden are more aggressive than they were for Trump.

While 48 percent of Democrats trust the political news they are getting, only 26 percent of unaffiliated voters and 21 percent of Republicans agree.