U.S. trust in news shared by friends and family via Facebook 2016, by gender

How much do you trust news that your friends and family share on Facebook?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 12, 2016
U.S. trust in news shared by friends and family via Facebook 2016, by gender This statistic shows the amount of trust of U.S. internet users put into news that their friends and family share on Facebook, sorted by gender. During the December 2016 survey, 17 percent of male respondents stated that they did not trust news posted by friends and family on the social network at all.
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How much do you trust news that your friends and family share on Facebook?

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