HOUSTON – A recent survey of adults age 18 to 64 reflects a growing suspicion of public opinion. Three out of four people think that our viewpoints are not trustworthy.
Polling organization Dubiotron conducted the research over the past two weeks by phone. A questionnaire asked 2,154 respondents several questions to ascertain their sentiment towards the outlook of the populace.
“I’m not sure what to make of this,” said pollster Banford Ingram. “If these responses are accurate, it throws all the data into question. We need to do some more analysis.”