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Trust in the news and information accessed through TV in the EU

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Number of “Totally trust” and “Tend to trust” answers (%) in the question:

How much do you trust the news and information you access through television?

Respondents in Finland are the most likely to say they trust the news and information they access through television (90%), followed by respondents in Sweden, the Netherlands (both 86%), Denmark (85%) and Portugal (83%). The lowest level of trust in television is seen in Greece (40%, with 28% saying they do not trust it at all), followed by Hungary (48%), Poland (54%), Italy (56%) and Spain (57%).

Television is the most trusted source of news and information in ten countries and in most of the other countries it is the second most trusted. However, in Spain, France, Italy, Luxembourg and Poland, television is the third most trusted source of news and information (after radio and written press) and in Greece it is only the fourth most trusted.

 

 

source: Flash Eurobarometer 464: Fake News and Disinformation Online

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