Nearly half of Americans think media make up stories about Pres

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According to the poll, 70 percent of Democratic respondents think Trump will be remembered as one of the worst presidents in history, while another 18 percent of Democrats think Trump will be remembered as a below average president.

A Politico/Morning Consult poll released on Wednesday showed that 46% of Americans believe that media organizations invent stories about Trump, compared to 37% of Americans who did not believe that the media invents stories about the president. Seventeen percent are undecided.

A new survey showed that almost half of Americans believed that the media fabricated stories about President Donald Trump.

Forty-two percent of Americans think President Trump will be remembered as one of the worst presidents in USA history, according to a new Marist Poll. The President tweeted last week, questioning what could be done to revoke the licenses of broadcast media outlets. However, those who say things in the US are going well has dropped from 53 percent in August to 46 percent.

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47 percent said the government and society can take action that will help prevent mass shootings, while 49 percent disagree.

Amid Trump's repeated attacks on various publications and journalists writ large, many already rigorous national news organizations have become increasingly sensitive in rare instances in which reporters bungle major news stories.

In recent weeks, Trump has accused NBC News of fabricating a story about Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calling him a "moron" and another about Trump reportedly suggesting their should be a ten-fold increase in the USA nuclear stockpile.

The poll, conducted October 12-15, surveyed 1,010 people. The margin of error is +/- 2 percentage points.

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