A new survey released today from the University of Michigan shows that students rated Flint, Michigan’s tap water higher on the survey’s “Trustworthiness” scale than CNN.
In the “Most Trustworthy” category, CNN scored an abysmal 17% among university students, while Flint’s tap water scored a surprising 49%.
While the results were a shock to many faculty members, Ted Brader, an American politics professor at U of M, isn’t surprised at all. “Well, what do you expect?” Brader chuckled. He added:
“Unlike the tap water in Flint, our bright, young students can see right through CNN’s bullshit.”