A U.S. think tank survey released Friday found that 65 percent of Japanese saw the domestic media as doing very or somewhat well at reporting news accurately.

According to a poll by the Washington D.C.-based Pew Research Center on global views of the news media, 55 percent of those surveyed also said their media do a good job of covering political issues fairly. The same ratio also said they do well providing news about government leaders and officials.

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