July 3, 2017

Most Americans note the post-Trump civility downfall

The Hill - A PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist Poll out early Monday found that 70 percent of Americans think civility has gotten worse since Trump's election.

Just 6 percent of Americans think civility is better now and 20 percent think it has stayed the same.

The poll also found that Americans trust the intelligence community and the courts the most and Congress and the media the least.

Sixty-one percent of respondents say they do not put much trust in the Trump administration.

That percentage is largely split among partisan lines, with 90 percent of Democrats saying they don't trust the Trump administration and 84 percent of Republicans saying the opposite

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