Fake News Survey

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* 1. Define what "fake news" means to you. Fake News is...

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* 2. For the purpose of this survey, Tanenbaum defines fake news as information that is presented as credible and factual, but is inaccurate and intended to deceive people.
Do you agree with this definition?

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* 3. How do you access your news? (Check all that apply)

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* 4. How often do you read the news?

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* 5. On a scale of 1 to 10, please rate how confident you feel in your ability to identify a news story that contains false information

Not confident at all Sometimes/somewhat confident Confident
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i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 6. In hindsight, have you been misled by a new story that has false information or disinformation?

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* 7. If you verify news stories, what strategies do you use? (Check all that apply)

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* 8. Which headline(s) do you think contains disinformation? (Check all that apply)

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* 9. In your opinion, how many false facts in a story qualifies that piece as fake news?
Please refer to Tanenbaum's previously provided definition of "fake news" to answer this question.

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* 10. Who is responsible for holding the media accountable for accurate reporting? (Check all that apply)

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* 11. As it relates to you, which factor most influences how you analyze the news?

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* 12. If you identify as religious, please list your religious affiliation:

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* 13. How often do you see fake news stories regarding your religion?

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