A study conducted by the Pew Research Center this week shows that people who get their news primarily from the Internet likely view mainstream media (local television news, cable news, newspapers, etc.) unfavorably.
The study also said that those same people “are among the most critical of press performance,” seeing the press as politically biased and unsympathetic toward its subjects.
Most interesting, 43 percent of those who get their news from the Internet think mainstream media are too critical of the United States. (This bias was also divided politically; 63 percent of Republicans thought so, 23 percent of Democrats).