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

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

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 28, 2012
Highest perceived degree of media freedom worldwide in 2011, by country This ranking shows the countries worldwide with the highest perceived degree of media freedom in 2011. Ghana is the sole sub-Saharan representative in this ranking, with 93 percent of its adult citizens considering their press as free. Freedom House also recognizes the Ghanaian press among the most free in Africa.
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Highest perceived degree of media freedom worldwide in 2011, by country

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