Italy: information sources usage for global facts in 2015, by medium

The statistic shows the sources of information used by individuals to find international news in Italy in June 2015. As of the survey period, 53.9 percent of the respondents watched global news on TV, while 27.6 percent of them read newspapers and 45.4 percent of the interviewed Italians used Internet as the source of information on global facts.

Usage of information sources for global facts in Italy in 2015, by medium

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Release date

February 2016



Survey time period

June 3-29, 2015

Number of respondents

11,000 respondents

Age group

14 years and older

Method of interview

CATI, online interview

Supplementary notes

CATI and CAWI mixed methodology.

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