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Radio as the main news source in Finland 2020, by age group

In 2020, radio was the main news source only for six percent of the Finnish people. Based on the survey results, five percent of the young people aged 18 to 24 years stated that radio was their main source of news. Among respondents aged 65 years and older, nearly ten percent mainly followed radio news in Finland.

Radio as the main source of news in Finland in 2020, by age group

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Release date

June 2020



Survey time period

January to February 2020

Number of respondents

2,021 respondents*

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

Respondents who used radio for news during the week before the survey

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

This question was stated by the source as follows: "Kerroit, että käytit näitä uutislähteitä viimeisen viikon aikana. Mikä sanoisit olevan pääasiallinen uutislähteesi? (radio)"

* Share of respondents:
18-24 years (n= 229)
25-34 years (n=245)
35-44 years (n=321)
45-54 years (n=341)
55-64 years (n=468)
65 years and older (n=417)

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