Main offline news sources among Anglophones in Canada 2019

The statistic presents information on the main offline news sources used by Anglophones in Canada as of February 2019. During the survey, 25 percent of respondents stated the news source they consulted on a weekly basis was local radio, compared to 19 percent who used a community paper for news. The most popular sources was CTV News, which 41 percent of respondents cited using.

Main offline news sources used by Anglophone news consumers in Canada as of February 2019

Share of respondents
CTV news41%
Global news33%
CBC news (public broadcaster)32%
CNN27%
Local radio news25%
CityTV News22%
Community newspaper19%
Local daily newspaper15%
Toronto Star14%
BBC News13%
Globe and Mail11%
Fox News9%
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Sources

Release date

June 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

February 2019

Number of respondents

2,000 respondents

Special properties

among English-speaking Canadians; TV, radio and print sources used weekly

Method of interview

Online survey

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