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How much of the news is fake?

By Trevor . Created on 16 Nov, 2019
The news we receive on various platforms (Internet, radio, TV, newspapers, etc) is often skewed, exaggerated or just plain false. What percentage of news is distorted?
Current Affairs 105 votes | 8 Comments
0-25%. Most of the news is accurate.

0-25%. Most of the news is accurate.

25-75%. Depends on the platform and topic.

25-75%. Depends on the platform and topic.

75-100%. Nothing you read or hear can be trusted.

75-100%. Nothing you read or hear can be trusted.

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75-100%. Nothing you read or hear can be trusted.
Pieter said on Nov 17, 2019
Most reporters and journalists are two faced liars and don't give a stuff about the feelings of people. They are the lowest life form on earth.
25-75%. Depends on the platform and topic.
Sandra said on Nov 17, 2019
Choose your media carefully,,,I rely on ABC radio and television. Many say left wing, I say balanced views. Try Murdoch press for extreme right wing views and sensationalism, sells papers and magazines - sadly.
75-100%. Nothing you read or hear can be trusted.
Robert said on Nov 17, 2019
Unfortunately most news is sensationalized with opinions added and no substantiation of the so called facts and this is called news?
John said on Nov 17, 2019
I agree with Narealina regarding that famous ex-Australian who sold his citizenship for money! You know, every time I'm in the supermarket I see those glossy magazines with stories about Harry & Meghan divorcing, or Kate & Meghan duelling with pistols at dawn, or even the irrefutable evidence that Camilla Parker-Bowles is in fact an alien from the planet Zorko, I think how do they get away with that!? ...
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25-75%. Depends on the platform and topic.
Naraelina said on Nov 17, 2019
Given 90% of Australias media is controlled by 1 man, what you are fed is propaganda and exactly what those in power want you to believe
0-25%. Most of the news is accurate.
Carl said on Nov 17, 2019
Most News Agencies take great care in 'Vetting' their sources to ensure factual content.
Others choose to be more lax in their duty to the Truth in order to supply Sensational (Sales increasing.) Headlines
The worst will accept or fabricate anything that will incite Biased or Ill Informed reactions and then claim freedom of the Press. C.E.A
25-75%. Depends on the platform and topic.
Mrs said on Nov 16, 2019
There is real news - like you get on most TV and radio shows - then there is fake news - like you get on some computor feeds
0-25%. Most of the news is accurate.
Nate said on Nov 16, 2019
I think the news can exaggerate on some issues sometimes But not fake