The generally trusting and untrusting often differ in whether they think news organisations try to cover up mistakes
Percentage who say they think news organisations try to cover up their mistakes for subgroups in each country
Percentage of those who think news organizations try to cover up their mistakes according to trust levels
CORRECTIONS_GEN. For each of the following, please tell us which statement comes closer to your view. News organisations [in general] are willing to admit their mistakes, or news organisations try to cover up their mistakes? TRUST_LEVELS. Respondents assigned to categories based on the number of news brands trusted 'somewhat' or 'completely’. Base: Generally untrusting/Overall/Generally trusting: Brazil = 483/2,050/525, India = 549/2,015/520, United Kingdom = 522/2,000/549, United States = 501/1,987/451. Note: Except in Brazil, respondents were also asked the same question separately about news organisations they used most.