Canada: online users who use internet as news source 2014, by age

Distribution of internet users who use internet as a primary news source in Canada in 2014, by age

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 13, 2015
Canada: online users who use internet as news source 2014, by age This statistic presents the share of internet users who chose internet as a primary source of news in Canada in 2014, by age. During the reported period, 57 percent of Canadians aged 28 to 34 used the internet as a primary news source.
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Distribution of internet users who use internet as a primary news source in Canada in 2014, by age

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