Fully five percent more of the American public, however, says they do not trust the media at all than they did in March, expanding from 32 to 37 percent of adults.
According to the poll results, 70 percent of the country say the civility in the nation's capital between Republicans and Democrats has gotten worse. Along partisan lines, 83 percent of independents, 82 percent of "Republicans" and 72 percent of Democrats got it right.
The survey also showed the New York Times, Washington Post and the broadcast television networks faring better than Trump in trustworthiness. Sixty-nine percent correctly listed 1776, but nineteen percent said they were unsure and eleven percent named a different year. That poll was conducted by the Gallup Organization for USA Today.
Trust in the USA military, which is historically found to be high, was not polled.
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Even as Trump has, at times, attacked the CIA along with the FBI investigation into his campaign aides' possible collusion with Russian Federation during the election, 40 percent of Republicans say they have a good amount of trust in the intelligence community, with 19 percent saying they have a great deal of trust in them.
"Not only do most Republicans approve of his use of Twitter, but asked to describe those tweets, the No. 1 mention among the GOP is "truthful, ' with 'entertaining" in second place", Cohen said. The US president has refuted these allegations and labeled the media involved in these speculations as "fake news". Seventeen percent say America has gone too far in expanding that right compared to 26 percent who say it's being restricted too much.
"A red flag for Democrats continues to be a perception that Trump is isolating himself from the GOP base with his tweets".
There is a margin of error of plus or minus 2.8 percentage points.
"The fight ... between the White House and major media outlets has made the question of truthfulness just as partisan-tinged as health care or other policies", said John Cohen from Survey Monkey, the company who conducted the action.