The good news is that at least 21% of FOX “News” viewers trust the network less after what the texts revealed in the Dominion lawsuit.

That is according to a recent survey by consumer insights specialists Maru Group for the trade publication “Variety.”

That would mean that a fifth of FOX viewers actually consume news outside of the Murdoch bubble.

The bad news, of course, is that 79% of FOX viewers still think they are watching news during the prime time hours.

Surveying 338 U.S. adults who identify themselves as Fox “News” Channel viewers last week, Maru Group not only found an erosion of trust in the network.

16% disclosed that they had a less favorable view of Fox News on-air hosts Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham.

And significantly, 9% of self-ID’d Fox viewers said they’re now watching the network less than they used to.

Which means that 91% are still glued to it.

Yes, Fox News remains the No. 1 cable channel in primetime for the week of March 6-12, drawing an average of 2.2 million viewers, as gleefully reported week-in and week-out by trade publications who continued to identify it as a legitimate news organization.

WWE gets good numbers as well.

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