Main online news sources among Francophones in Canada 2019

The statistic presents information on the main online news sources used by Francophone news consumers in Canada as of February 2019. During the survey, nine percent of respondents stated the internet source they consulted for news on a weekly basis was Le Devoir online, whereas 28 percent used La Presse online for news.

Main online news sources used by Francophone news consumers in Canada as of February 2019

Share of respondents
TVA Nouvelles online32%
Radio-Canada/RDI News online 31%
La Presse online 28%
Journal de Montréal/de Québec online27%
MSN News 22%
Canoe.ca10%
Le Devoir online9%
Huffington Post 9%
Local radio news online 8%
Yahoo! nEWS8%
L'Actualité online8%
Regional/local paper website7%
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Sources

Release date

June 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

February 2019

Number of respondents

2,000 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

among French-speaking Canadians; online sources used weekly

Method of interview

Online survey

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