Who are the most trustworthy anchors and news personalities today? We all know the names Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow, Barbara Walters, Peter Jennings, and Dan Rather. Through the years, Americans have connected with many different TV newsmen and newswomen to keep them up to date and "in the know." News audiences form bonds with these newscasters and feel comfortable hearing the good and the bad news from these trusted and best newscasters.
Who's the most trusted working newscaster around today? From whom do you like getting your daily news, politics, and culture? This list of newscasters you trust includes those news anchors and newscasters that the American people believe in, ranked by US news watchers of all parties and beliefs.
Keep in mind: different strokes for different folks. In the wild world of political news coverage, not everyone will respect the same type of journalism approach, but regardless, these are some of the best of the best on TV today and this list combines everyone's diverse opinion to determine the most trustworthy names in news, on the air today.
Vote up the most trusted anchor or newscaster you believe in and always turn to when news breaks, or add the news anchors you love behind the desk if he or she is not already listed.
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- Age: 8060 Minutes, CBS
- Age: 62NBC Nightly News, NBC
- Age: 5060 Minutes, CBS
- Age: 75Andrea Mitchell Reports, MSNBC
- Age: 50The Today Show, NBC
- Age: 49The Today Show, NBC
- Age: 57The Today Show, NBC
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- Age: 48
- Age: 62Nancy Grace, HLN
- Age: 73The Situation Room, CNN
- Age: 67CBS This Morning, CBS
- Age: 51NewsNation with Tamron Hall, MSNBC
- Age: 65Good Morning America, ABC
- Age: 68The Today Show, NBC
- Dec. at 84 (1931-2016)60 Minutes, CBS
- Age: 64Amanpour, CNN
- Age: 48
The Rachel Maddow Show, MSNBC
Fredricka WhitfieldAge: 56
- Age: 44Now with Alex Wagner, MSNBC
- Age: 51New Day, CNN