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Opinion on the meaning of the term 'fake news' in Great Britain 2018

When you hear the term 'fake news', what are you personally thinking of?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 16, 2019
Opinion on the meaning of the term 'fake news' in Great Britain 2018 This statistic illustrates the results of a survey regarding the opinion on the meaning of the term fake news in Great Britain in 2018. According to data published by IPSOS, 42 percent of British adults stated that they personally thought of politicians and the media using the term to discredit news they did not agree with.
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When you hear the term 'fake news', what are you personally thinking of?

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