Lowest perceived degree of media freedom worldwide in 2011, by country

Lowest perceived degree of media freedom worldwide in 2011, by country

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 28, 2012
Lowest perceived degree of media freedom worldwide in 2011, by country This ranking shows the countries worldwide with the lowest perceived degree of media freedom in 2011, despite legal or constitutional provisions that guarantee freedom of the press or speech in most of them. In Gabon, more than 70 percent of the citizens felt that the freedom of the press was not being respected.
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Lowest perceived degree of media freedom worldwide in 2011, by country

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