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Attitudes towards how lack of news would affect democracy in Canada 2016, by medium

Perspectives on how the absence of news would impact democracy in Canada as of October 2016, by medium

Attitudes towards how lack of news would affect democracy in Canada 2016, by medium This statistic shows the perspectives on how the absence of news would impact democracy in Canada as of October 2016, broken down by source. When asked about how democracy would be affected if there were no news on television, 78 percent of responding Canadians said that they thought democracy would be seriously or somewhat threatened. Concern about news received via e-mail was much less prevalent, with 54 percent of respondents saying that democracy would not be threatened at all if e-mails were no longer a source of news.
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Perspectives on how the absence of news would impact democracy in Canada as of October 2016, by medium

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This statistic shows the perspectives on how the absence of news would impact democracy in Canada as of October 2016, broken down by source. When asked about how democracy would be affected if there were no news on television, 78 percent of responding Canadians said that they thought democracy would be seriously or somewhat threatened. Concern about news received via e-mail was much less prevalent, with 54 percent of respondents saying that democracy would not be threatened at all if e-mails were no longer a source of news.
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