41% use news media on the internet to read news

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41% use news media on the internet to read news


Search PoderData shows that 41% of Brazilians use journalistic vehicles on the internet as the main means to stay informed. Another 27% cite television and radio as the best way to do this.



Internet user uses mobile application. PoderData shows that digital media (social networks + online vehicles) surpass traditional ones in preference for information


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Internet user uses mobile application. PoderData shows that digital media (social networks + online vehicles) surpass traditional ones in preference for information


Social networks were chosen by 16% of respondents. Newspapers and magazines, by 13%.





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As the infographic above shows, today, about 4 out of 10 Brazilians are informed by online news channels. According to the IBGE, in 2009, this scenario would be credible. Only 27% of households had access to the internet. In 2018, the percentage reached 79%.

The survey, which indicates how Brazilians learn, was carried out by the PoderData, statistical studies division do Poder360. The survey is published in editorial partnership as Bandeirantes Group.

The data were collected from October 12 to 14, through calls to cell phones and landlines. There were 2,500 interviews in 503 municipalities, in the 27 units of the Federation. The margin of error is 2 percentage points. Learn more about the methodology by reading this text.

Ways to inform yourself X Bolsonaro’s assessment

Opponents of the President of the Republic (who rate him as “spacious” or “terrible“) Prefer to inform themselves through digital information vehicles. Almost half (49%) of this group made this statement.

Among those who find Bolsonaro’s work “great” or “good”, 22% said that social networks are their main means of information. The percentage is higher than the general average.





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