Perceived sources of fake news in the U.S. 2017, by political affiliation

Most likely sources of fake news stories in the United States as of January 2017, by political affiliation

by Amy Watson, last edited Mar 2, 2018
Perceived sources of fake news in the U.S. 2017, by political affiliation The statistic presents data from a survey on the most likely sources of fake news stories in the United States as of January 2017, sorted by political affiliation. During the survey, 39 percent of Republican respondents stated that they thought they would encounter fake news stories on CNN.
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Most likely sources of fake news stories in the United States as of January 2017, by political affiliation

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