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USA: Study finds frequent newspaper readers are more trusting

USA: Study finds frequent newspaper readers are more trusting

PULLMAN, Wash. - A study out of Washington State University shows that people who are frequent readers of a daily newspaper tend to be more trusting of others than those who read newspapers less frequently. The effect holds for both residents of small towns and big cities, even though researchers found small town residents are more trusting in general than city dwellers.

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Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-14 09:02

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