This is another rather large survey with lots of interesting data to consume. Of all these YouTubers and Instagrammers, there are only two I’ve heard of. I won’t touch TikTok, though, as I trust them even less than I do LINE!
Fake News here seems to be neither Trump’s definition, news he doesn’t like, nor the original meaning of deliberately false information shared via web sites made to look like legitimate sources to inflame political debate, but just people posting flat-out lies.
Q4: Which YouTube account do you most like? (Sample size=1,256, free answer, top ten)
Q7: Have you heard of “Fake News”? (Sample size=1,256)
Heard about it, and understand what it means (to SQs)
Heard about it, but don’t know what it means
Not heard of it
Q7SQ1: On which SNS have you seen Fake News? (Sample size=460, multiple answer)
Never seen any
Don’t know, don’t remember
Q7SQ2: Have you ever posted Fake News yourself? (Sample size=460)
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