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Use the following to answer the questions below:

In a survey conducted by the Gallup organization September 6-9, 2012, 1,017 adults were asked, "In general, how much trust and confidence do you have in the mass media—such as newspapers, TV, and radio—when it comes to reporting the news fully, accurately, and fairly?" 81 said that they had a "great deal" of confidence, 325 said they had a "fair amount" of confidence, 397 said they had "not very much" confidence, and 214 said they had "no confidence at all."


In the same article, they compare opinions about the media in 2012 to those in the previous election year (2008).  In 2008, 60% of Democrats, 27% of Republicans, and 41% of Independents had positive opinions (great deal/fair amount of confidence) about the media. For each political party, find the difference in the proportion of positive opinions in 2008 and the proportion of positive opinions in 2012. Comment on if/how opinions have changed for the political parties over the past four years.
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