People are more confident in the media despite President Trump's frequent attacks on "fake news," and are losing confidence in the Trump administration, according to a new poll.

The Reuters/Ipsos poll released Tuesday found 48 percent of adults said they have a "great deal" of or "some" confidence in the media, an improvement from November, when 39 percent expressed confidence in the press.

The percentage of those polled who said they have "hardly any" confidence in the press decreased from 51 percent in November 2016 to 45 percent in September, according to the new poll.

By contrast, confidence in the Trump administration has declined over the last nine months.

A Reuters/Ipsos poll from January found 52 percent of adults had a "great deal" of or "some" confidence in the administration, but that ticked down to 51 percent in May.

Now, 48 percent say they have a "great deal" of or "some" confidence in the Trump administration, according to the poll released Tuesday.

Forty-one percent of adults, meanwhile, said they have "hardly any" confidence in the executive branch, up from 35 percent who said in January they have little confidence in the Trump administration.

The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted from Aug. 24 to Sept. 5, and surveyed 14,328 people. The poll has a credibility interval of 2 percentage points.