The Public Doesn't Trust TV Reporters

When you take you car into an Auto Mechanic, more often than not you feel like he is going to tell you something needs to be replaced that doesn't.

Many feel that Mechanics are going to rip you off every chance they get.

Well, it might shock you to find out that in a poll down by Gallup, that Auto Mechanic is trusted more by the public than TV Reporters. So are Bankers. 

In fact TV Reporters are so low on the list they are tied with Lawyers. Ouch!

In a survey taken of more than 1,000 adults in the U.S., only 20 percent rated TV reporters "high" or "very high" for honesty and ethical standards, putting it 6th from the bottom of Gallup's list of professions.

If you're looking for some good news? TV reporters still rank ahead on Lobbyists.

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