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Information sources and media used to research the European Union 2017-2018

When you are looking for information about the EU, its policies, its institutions, which of the following sources do you use?

by Katrin Kienast, last edited Jun 13, 2019
Information sources and media used to research the European Union 2017-2018 This statistic displays the media and information sources used by EU respondents to research and find information about the European Union, its policies and its institutions between 2017 and 2018. The most commonly used medium was television, with 48 percent of respondents reporting to use TV for information in both years. The internet (total) was the second most popular source of information about the EU, its policies and institutions, at 42 percent in the most recent period.
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When you are looking for information about the EU, its policies, its institutions, which of the following sources do you use?

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by Katrin Kienast, last edited Jun 13, 2019
This statistic displays the media and information sources used by EU respondents to research and find information about the European Union, its policies and its institutions between 2017 and 2018. The most commonly used medium was television, with 48 percent of respondents reporting to use TV for information in both years. The internet (total) was the second most popular source of information about the EU, its policies and institutions, at 42 percent in the most recent period.
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