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Canadian perspectives on consequences of the decline of newspapers 2016

Perspectives on the consequences of the decline of newspapers among adults in Canada as of March 2016

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2016
Canadian perspectives on consequences of the decline of newspapers 2016 This statistic shows the perspectives on the consequences of the decline of newspapers among adults in Canada as of March 2016. According to the results, 37 percent of respondents thought that less coverage of small town news would be a very serious consequence of the decline of Canadian newspapers, with 32 percent saying the same about the possible consequence of U.S. news dominating the Canadian media landscape.
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Perspectives on the consequences of the decline of newspapers among adults in Canada as of March 2016

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2016
This statistic shows the perspectives on the consequences of the decline of newspapers among adults in Canada as of March 2016. According to the results, 37 percent of respondents thought that less coverage of small town news would be a very serious consequence of the decline of Canadian newspapers, with 32 percent saying the same about the possible consequence of U.S. news dominating the Canadian media landscape.
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