The survey says, send money.

Shortly after President Trump wrapped up his first solo press conference during he bashed the press, a "Mainstream Media Accountability Survey" landed in the email boxes of his supporters and soon found its way into social media.

The survey, from the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, a joint fund-raising committee with the Republican National Committee, asked about the credibility and reporting of the media with biased questions such as:

"Do you believe that the mainstream media has reported unfairly on our movement?"
"On which issues does the mainstream media do the worst job of representing Republicans? (Select as many that apply.)"
"Do you believe that the media uses slurs rather than facts to attack conservative stances on issues like border control, religious liberties, and ObamaCare?"

If the posts on Twitter were any indication, the authors probably didn't receive the response they were hoping for.

Not all of the posts were negative. Trump supporters also retweeted to get more people to take the unscientific poll.

Once the first page of the survey results were submitted, respondents were immediately directed to a second page asking for contributions to "cut through the noise" to deliver Trump's message straight to the voter and "fight back against the media’s attacks and deceptions."

Supporters could choose an amount from $35 to $2500 or higher and offered the chance to make it "a monthly recurring donation."
Seventy-five percent of the donation will be earmarked to support the 2020 election campaign.