Weekly time spent reading print newspapers among young adults in Canada in 2012

The graph above presents the time spent reading print newspapers among young people in Canada in 2012. Among the respondents, 25 percent stated they spent 1-5 hours a week reading print newspapers.

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Sources

Release date

June 2012

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2012

Number of respondents

1,078 respondents

Age group

18-24 years

Supplementary notes

The source does not provide detailed information regarding the question. The chosen wording here might therefore differ slightly from the survey.
The source does not provide information regarding the missing percentage points to 100 percent.
31 percent of the respondents were high school students, the remaining 69 percent were in post-secondary educational institutions.

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