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Media confidence in Australia fell to a record low of 31%, and consumers agreed to a global survey of trust and credibility in institutions, and tried to tell false news about the difference between the real costs of conversation. Edomann Trust Scale, in the four key areas of society, in 28 countries, governments, civil society organizations, is an 18-year working relationship in business and the media. Australia and Singapore this year are the only country that relied on four institutions: trust in NGOs 48% of Australian companies – 45%, government – 35% means – 31%. Only Turkey has lost less than 30% confidence in the media. Shorten’s law will not support legislation that puts journalists “at work.” display “They understand where they went and why they go.” This is a similar image in the United Kingdom, where only 24% of people look for news and information on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Sperr, false news and the role of Donald Trump in the United States selected to focus on the concept of false information on Facebook and other platforms and social networking interfaces, he said. Saber, “Percent sixty-five, which is correct and which is not even sure how true it is to say it, and 57 percent is worried about using it as a propaganda weapon for false news,” he said. “It shows that people are really listening and watching this debate, and now they are sad about how they influence them.” As the results are analyzed, the media shows greater respect for the public and the voice of confidence of the people, despite the fact that there is a surveillance that uses clicks to increase profits. The confidence of Australian media and traditional media increased from 46% in 2017 to 61% in 2018.
The initial confidence level is 62%, which makes Australia equal to the rest of the world. Confidence in the online environment has increased from 37% in 2017 to 43% in 2018. The global average is 55%. “The public appreciates messages that are well written and do not focus on fame and the press. The press investigation proposes tax cuts for the participation of the media Read more “A year later, it leaves the good side of social networks,” he said. Confidence in social networks was less than 40%, with a decrease of 24% in Australia, almost 28% last year.
Interestingly, the credibility of the search engine decreased drastically, from 58% to 47%. “The media is still so excited and celebrity,” Spear said. “Public media executives want to be in other institutions, but what you can see is that the first stories of the Australian victims of the media to break the accuracy, you really believed that I know what you need.” Seventy-one percent of they are more interested in publicizing that more Australian media are public.