Poll: Latest online survey says PH Daily Inquirer is the most bias media outlet

The latest online survey conducted by the Kapisanan ng mga Journalists sa Pilipinas (KJP), says the Philippine Daily Inquirer, which has been critical to President Rodrigo Duterte, is the least trusted media outlet.

KJP started its online survey through print and online poll on April 14 and concluded on June 3, received 345,678 response.

PDI received 36.78% of votes for the question “Which media do you think is the least reliable?”. Rappler.com followed with 22.56% vote, with ABS-CBN came in third with 18.6%.  Came in 4th is GMA with 2.8%, and Philippine Star with 2.03% at fifth

The top three (PDI, Rappler, ABS-CBN) also led in the question, “Which media do you think is bias”?

For the question “Which of the following is your least favorite online newspaper to read”, Rappler came in first, followed by PDI, and ABS-CBN.

The survey had 10 questions and Inquirer topped 4 questions out of 10, Rappler topped in 3 questions, and ABS-CBN topped in 2. The Manila Times on the other hand topped the question “Which online newspaper has the least user-friendly website”.

PDI, Rappler, and ABS-CBN are often accused by supporters of President Duterte as extremely biased, irresponsible, and unfair media outlets.

The survey result validated the accusations of President Duterte supporters. /Nikki Maliksi/


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