Deep skepticism of media coverage
Overwhelmingly, respondents to Kaiser's poll felt that media coverage of the Affordable Care Act has lacked practical value. Fifty-six percent of respondents said that news reports have been driven by politics and controversy, while just 6% of respondents felt that media coverage has centered on how the law will affect Americans.
And perhaps because of that, more than half of respondents said there wasn't a source in the media that they trusted.
So who is the most trusted source for Obamacare information? Cable TV news, with Fox News (10% of respondents thought it was the most trusted source) holding a commanding lead over CNN (5%).