People with strong partisan views get more facts wrong on a current events test: survey | Global News

Published: 8 August 2019

August 8, 2019 | A survey launched by the Digital Democracy Project found that most Canadians across the political spectrum got a common set of facts from an array of mainstream media outlets. The report also highlighted voters' tendencies to select and consume news from sources that support their political beliefs, generating so-called echo chambers. To find out more about the phenomenon of disinformation and misinformation ahead of the 2019 Canadian election, read the article here. 


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