For the first time, Internet tops TV as the primary news sources for Ukrainians
Tuesday, March 9, 2021

For the first time, Internet tops TV as the primary news sources for Ukrainians

For the first time, Internet tops TV as the primary news sources for Ukrainians, according to a new survey by Research & Branding Group. For news, the preferences are: Internet – 51%; TV – 44%; radio and print — 2%. For social media use, the rankings are: Facebook – 59%; YouTube – 43%; Instagram – 30%; Telegram – 17%; Twitter—6%; Odnoklassniki – 5%; and Vkontakte – 3%. Top messenger services are: Viber — 57%; Facebook Messenger — 37%; Telegram — 20%; WhatsApp — 9%; and Skype — 8%. Only one quarter of the population does not use a chat or messenger service.

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