Four of the 10 most trusted sources of news among U.S. readers are based in Britain, according to a survey. 

The Economist was the most trusted source, with Reuters third, the BBC fourth and the Guardian seventh, according to a study by University of Missouri’s Reynolds Journalism Institute.

The least trustworthy sources of news included Breitbart, BuzzFeed and social media. Donald Trump was rated the fifth least trustworthy source of news. Occupy Democrats, which describes itself as a grassroots political organisation, was bottom of the table.

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