Consumers experiencing mistakes or inaccuracies in news in Australia 2018 by type

The statistic presents results of a survey about the share of consumers experiencing mistakes or inaccuracies in news in Australia as of September 2018, by type. During the survey period, around 64 percent of respondents stated to have come across misleading headlines in the last three months in the news in Australia.

Share of consumers experiencing mistakes or inaccuracies in news in Australia as of September 2018, by type

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Sources

Release date

December 2018

Region

Australia

Survey time period

September 2018

Number of respondents

2,031 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

The survey question was phrased as follows: "In the last 3 months, which (if any) of the following have you come across in the news? Select all apply"
Multiple answers were allowed.

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