Trust in TV news in Europe 2018, by country

The level of trust in TV news varies from country to country in the EU, according to a 2018 survey. Around two thirds of the EU28 tended to trust or totally trust news on the television, but in some countries levels of trust were lower; in Greece for example, it was 40 percent. And in Finland 90 percent said they trusted TV as a news source.

How much do you trust television news?

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Source

Release date

April 2018

Region

Europe, EU

Survey time period

February 2018

Number of respondents

26,576 respondents

Method of interview

Questionnaire

Supplementary notes

The survey involved 26,576 individuals in 28 European countries.

Respondents were asked: "How much do you trust or not the news and information you access through television?"

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