Survey shows 'Gen-Z' distinguishes fake news 'Baby Boomers'

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Re: Survey shows 'Gen-Z' distinguishes fake news 'Baby Boomers'

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Survey shows 'Gen-Z' distinguishes fake news 'Baby Boomers'

by jira18 » Thu Dec 17, 2020 10:52 am

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Axios news agency released a study and slotxosurvey results indicating that Generation Z groups or people born between 1997 and 2012 were less likely to believe fake or distorted information. People of other ages

The scientific journal Science Advances published a recent study stating that Americans over 65, or "baby boomers," were more likely to share fake news links on Facebook than the Gen-Z Americans.

This study is based on the results of a 2002 survey. According to 2016, baby boomers share fake news articles on Facebook almost seven times more than Americans ages 18 to 29. The results of this study also state that This proportion of fake news sharing among people of different ages is still present, although other factors are considered, including education, popularity, political parties, ideologies and overall broadcast behavior.

Axios news agency also reported a survey of 868 students, which said 83 percent of the Gen-C students received their news on their website and social media.

A 2018 Pew Research survey focused on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram said 95 percent of people aged 13 to 17 had access to a mobile phone. Smartphones, and 97 percent of them use at least one of the seven major online media players

However, Axios news agency reported that there are students of Gen-Z Only seven percent see social media as a reliable source of news. With more than 50 percent of students agreeing that Online newspapers and news websites are the most trusted sources of news.

The news agency also stated that Differences in sharing false information among different age groups Probably because of the Gen-Z people And a new generation of Americans Better understand social media and the distribution of online content And may allow them to distinguish more reliable sources from fake news.

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