Majorities in Most Countries Perceive Their Media as Free
Posted: 5/3/2013  |  By: Cynthia English and Lee Becker | Gallup
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- People worldwide are more likely to believe the media in their countries are free than not. A median of 67% adults across 133 countries and areas that Gallup surveyed in 2012 say their media have a lot of freedom, while a median of 24% say they do not. These figures have changed little since 2010.