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Perceived accuracy of news on social media in the U.S. 2018

Perceived level of accuracy of the news seen on social media in the United States as of March 2018

by Amy Watson, last edited Oct 16, 2018
Perceived accuracy of news on social media in the U.S. 2018 This statistic presents data on the perception of the level of accuracy in the news seen on social media amongst consumers in the United States as of March 2018. During the survey, 34 percent of consumers stated that they believed 76% or more of the news on social media to be inaccurate.
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Perceived level of accuracy of the news seen on social media in the United States as of March 2018

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