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Canadian journalists' perspectives on fake news 2017, by industry

Share of journalists who consider fake news to be a serious problem in Canada as of June 2017, by industry

Canadian journalists' perspectives on fake news 2017, by industry This statistic presents the share of journalists who consider fake news to be a serious problem in Canada as of June 2017, broken down by industry. The findings show that 44 percent of journalists in the business and industries area considered fake news to be a serious problem, whereas by comparison 31 percent of journalists working in the lifestyle and entertainment industry said the same.
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Share of journalists who consider fake news to be a serious problem in Canada as of June 2017, by industry

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This statistic presents the share of journalists who consider fake news to be a serious problem in Canada as of June 2017, broken down by industry. The findings show that 44 percent of journalists in the business and industries area considered fake news to be a serious problem, whereas by comparison 31 percent of journalists working in the lifestyle and entertainment industry said the same.
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