Fake News, Filter Bubbles and Post-Truth are Other People’s Problems…
A major new Ipsos study of over 19,000 people in 27 countries, and part of our long-running series on misperceptions of key social realities – The Perils of Perception – highlights how we think fake news, filter bubbles and post-truth are things that affect other people, much more than ourselves. But the majority also say they regularly see fake news, and nearly half say they’ve believed a fake story before finding out it’s fake.
Fake news – Ipsos Perils of Perception report
Around the world, we think fake news, filter bubbles and post-truth are things that affect other people much more than ourselves, a major new Ipsos study of more than 19,000 people in 27 countries including Australia, and part of our long-running series on misperceptions of key social realities, The Perils of Perception, has revealed.
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