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Actions done after reading false information on the Coronavirus in UK September 2020

In a weekly survey carried out in the United Kingdom (UK) in September 2020, 15 percent of the respondents said they used a fact checking site or tool after coming across false or misleading information about the Coronavirus.

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What have you done after coming across false or misleading information about the Coronavirus in the last week?

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Sources

Release date

September 2020

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

September 2020

Number of respondents

1,121 respondents

Age group

16 years and older

Special properties

All respondents who came across information/news about Coronavirus that they thought was false/misleading

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

Question phrased by the source: "Q11. When you came across false or misleading information in the LAST WEEK, what (if anything) did you do after seeing it?"

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