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At Least 55% of Kyrgyz Citizens Don’t Read Newspapers

Monday 18 May 2015

BISHKEK (24.kg news agency) – At least 55% of Kyrgyz citizens don’t read newspapers, which was conducted in the country by market research and public opinion Baltic Surveys, shows.

According to the study, 11% of respondents trust the news and political information published in the newspaper Super-Info. The second highest level of confidence – Vechernii Bishkek – 4% of respondents trust The publication. Next is the Russian Izvestiya, and local weekly newspaper Delo № and Erkin Too – only 1% of the votes.

About 18% of respondents don’t trust any newspapers. And 55% of survey participants don’t read newspapers.

1,500 Kyrgyz citizens were interviewed, aged 18 years and older in all seven regions of the country and Bishkek city.

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