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Media used to follow the Olympic Games in the UK 2012

What type of media will you use to follow coverage of the 2012 Olympic Games?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 18, 2012
Media used to follow the Olympic Games in the UK 2012 This statistic presents the intentions of the 1,803 respondents asked within the United Kingdom about what type of media they are planning to use to follow the London Olympic Games in 2012. Among the 1,803 respondents, 16 percent stated they would be using print media, such as newspapers and magazines, to follow the games.
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What type of media will you use to follow coverage of the 2012 Olympic Games?

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