Coming back to the Pew Research poll, we can notice that it ,too, is in fact an algorithm, one that is run with different people's answers as input. To be clear, there is no issue with the methodology employed, and the scenarios that people were asked about are important, but the way the results were reported is misleading and arguably irresponsible. Ironically, it is biased in its selection of example scenarios, and thus it's an example of the very phenomenon it decries. Fortunately, since the Pew poll was created by humans, we can identify the flaws and correct it. An easy fix is to simply change the headline and report that people don't trust machine-learned algorithms. Another possibility is to present a number of non-machine-learned algorithm examples and incorporate the people's responses to those in the survey as well.