Big global differences in levels of concern around false or misleading info

A study carried out earlier in the summer by Poynter shows significant differences across the globe when it comes to false or misleading information online. In this study, the research team surveyed 8585 respondents of all ages in the US, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Germany, Nigeria, India, and Japan about their behaviour and perceptions around information literacy. For example, in the US, the UK, Brazil and Nigeria, respondents are more likely to say they see false or misleading information daily compared to India, Germany and Japan. Read more about the results here.