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The ability to distinguish unsponsored and sponsored search results in Luxembourg in 2016, by extent of agreement*

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Ability to distinguish unsponsored and sponsored search results Luxembourg 2016 This statistic presents the findings of a survey on the ability to distinguish unsponsored and sponsored search results in Luxembourg as of April 2016. During the survey period, it was found that roughly 25 percent of the Luxembourger respondents totally agreed with the statement: "It is clear which search results are sponsored and which are not sponsored."
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This statistic presents the findings of a survey on the ability to distinguish unsponsored and sponsored search results in Luxembourg as of April 2016. During the survey period, it was found that roughly 25 percent of the Luxembourger respondents totally agreed with the statement: "It is clear which search results are sponsored and which are not sponsored."
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Release date
June 2016
Region
Luxembourg
Survey time period
April 9, 2016 to April 17, 2016
Number of respondents
501 respondents
Age group
15 years and older
Method of interview
Face-to-face interview
Supplementary notes
* The original survey question was phrased as follows:
"QD1a.3 Please tell me to what extent you agree or disagree with the following statements on search engines.
It's clear which search results are sponsored (meaning that companies pay for their products or services to appear on the search results page) and which are not sponsored".
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