Believability of information sent on WhatsApp in rural India 2018

This statistic represents the results of a survey about the how believable the information sent on WhatsApp was in rural India in 2018. About 15 percent of respondents never believed information they received via the messaging app, while about eight percent of respondents in rural India always believed the information they received on WhatsApp during the survey period.

Level of belief in information sent via WhatsApp in rural India 2018

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Sources

Release date

October 2018

Region

India

Survey time period

2018

Number of respondents

1,041 respondents

Special properties

Across 14 states

Supplementary notes

Specific survey dates were not mentioned by the source.

Question as stated by source: How often do you believe information on WhatsApp?

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