Most Americans place at least some trust in the media outlet they use most frequently for political news, according to a Pew Research Center survey. But their trust varies widely by political party and whether they see the outlet in question as part of the “mainstream media” or not, though in very different ways between Republicans and Democrats.

Overall, roughly eight-in-ten U.S. adults have at least some trust in the accuracy of the political news they get from their main news source, with 38% expressing a “great deal” of trust in it. Nine-in-ten Democrats say they have at least some trust, including 47% who have a great deal. 77% of Republicans also say they have at least some trust in their main political news source, but three-in-ten express the highest level of trust.