Journalists: opinion on press officers France 2015

This statistic reveals the opinion of journalists about press attachés and social networks as part of their professional activity in France in 2015. That year, while more than 40 percent of journalists interviewed considered themselves to be less dependent on the attachés of press since the arrival of social networks, nearly 80 percent felt that information from press officers was generally reliable.

Journalists' opinion on the importance of press officers in their professional activities in France in 2015*

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Release date

September 2016



Survey time period

June 1 to July 31, 2015

Number of respondents

239 respondents

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Supplementary notes

* The question was formulated by the source as follows: "Do you agree with the following statements? ".

The source does not indicate the survey method used.

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