Fairleigh Dickenson University conducted a US-wide poll, asking respondents who solely watch/listen to certain media, ranging from Fox News to NPR to The Daily Show, to answer questions about international and domestic affairs, in order to ascertain how much exposure to actual news people are getting, and which media sources had the most highly aware audience.
And speaking from my point of view, the results aren't surprising.
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Not to say many outfits do much better. The highest in both - NPR - is still below 50% answering correctly (there were four questions). Still, that's just sad.
They broke it down by ideology as well, which is an amusing look at how Democrats and Republicans are more clueless than Independents are.