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Italy: usage of news sources 2014, by frequency

Usage of news sources in Italy in 2014, by frequency

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 1, 2015
Italy: usage of news sources 2014, by frequency This statistic illustrates the usage of various news sources among the Italian population in 2014, broken down by frequency of consumption. The study suggests that TV was the most popular news source, with 81 percent of respondents using every day. By contrast, weekly magazines were the least popular source of information, with nearly half of respondents stating that they read them less often than once a month.
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Usage of news sources in Italy in 2014, by frequency

Every dayA few times a weekA few times a monthNever or less often than once a month
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Every dayA few times a weekA few times a monthNever or less often than once a month
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 1, 2015
This statistic illustrates the usage of various news sources among the Italian population in 2014, broken down by frequency of consumption. The study suggests that TV was the most popular news source, with 81 percent of respondents using every day. By contrast, weekly magazines were the least popular source of information, with nearly half of respondents stating that they read them less often than once a month.
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