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U.S. voters concerned about fake news influence 2018, by political party

Share of voters who are concerned about the influence of fake news on voters and elections in the United States as of June 2018, by political affiliation

U.S. voters concerned about fake news influence 2018, by political party The statistic shows the share of voters who are concerned about the influence of fake news on voters and elections in the United States as of June 2018, broken down by political affiliation. The findings show that Republicans were the most concerned about the influence of fake news on voters and elections, with 81 percent expressing concern about this matter compared to 71 percent of responding Democrats.
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Share of voters who are concerned about the influence of fake news on voters and elections in the United States as of June 2018, by political affiliation

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The statistic shows the share of voters who are concerned about the influence of fake news on voters and elections in the United States as of June 2018, broken down by political affiliation. The findings show that Republicans were the most concerned about the influence of fake news on voters and elections, with 81 percent expressing concern about this matter compared to 71 percent of responding Democrats.
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