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Jeff Jones

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    Americans give a "thumbs up" to news reporters using social media to interact with their audiences, but they prefer that reporters use it to correct the record or give greater depth on the stories they are reporting, instead of expressing their opinions about the news. A new Gallup/Knight Foundation survey finds 74% of U.S. adults saying it is generally a "good idea" for news reporters to interact via social media, with 25% describing it as a "bad idea."