Attitudes towards news impartiality in selected countries worldwide 2014

Thinking about the different kinds of news available to you, do you prefer...?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 11, 2014
Attitudes towards news impartiality in selected countries worldwide 2014 The statistic presents data on attitudes towards news impartiality in selected countries worldwide as of February 2014. During the survey, 69 percent of respondents from Italy stated that they preferred news where the reporter tries to reflect a range of views and leaves it to the reader/viewer to decide.
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