Public perception of what constitutes "fake news" in the United Kingdom (UK) 2017

Do you think each of the following count as "fake news"?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 17, 2019
Public perception of what constitutes This statistic shows the results of a survey on what respondents believed to count as "fake news" in the United Kingdom (UK) in March 2017. The survey found that over a third of respondents thought that organizations publishing funny or satirical material which is presented so that it looks like real news but isn't supposed to be taken seriously counted as "fake news".
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Do you think each of the following count as "fake news"?

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