Americans' Trust In The CDC Falls Precipitously

Nine months after benchmarking the confidence Americans have in the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), overall trust has slid. It has also become far more polarized.

That's the finding of a "real-time" survey of 1,277 Americans released this morning by Invisibly, which shows the overall net of Americans who say they trust the CDC sliding five percentage points to 54%.

While still a slight majority, the data also indicates that sentiment has become much more polarized with the biggest spikes occurring among those who believe it is either "completely" trustworthy or untrustworthy.



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