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Share of Quebec consumers accessing news via offline sources only 2015, by age

Percentage of consumers who access news weekly only via traditional sources in Quebec as of October 2015, by age group

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 26, 2015
Share of Quebec consumers accessing news via offline sources only 2015, by age The statistic presents information on the percentage of consumers who accessed news only via traditional sources on a weekly basis in Quebec as of October 2015, broken down by age group. According to the findings, 10 percent of respondents aged between 18 and 24 years followed news on TV, radio or printed press only, with the exclusion of online sources. In total, 33 percent of consumers in Canada used traditional media as a sole source for news.
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Percentage of consumers who access news weekly only via traditional sources in Quebec as of October 2015, by age group

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 26, 2015
The statistic presents information on the percentage of consumers who accessed news only via traditional sources on a weekly basis in Quebec as of October 2015, broken down by age group. According to the findings, 10 percent of respondents aged between 18 and 24 years followed news on TV, radio or printed press only, with the exclusion of online sources. In total, 33 percent of consumers in Canada used traditional media as a sole source for news.
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