Posted 29 марта 07:17
Published 29 марта 07:17
Modified 29 марта 07:38
Updated 29 марта 07:38
This is stated in a study by Rambler & Co, which is referred to by RIA Novosti.
Another 20% of Russians said they spend about 15-30 minutes a day reading the news, and 8% say they spend less than 15 minutes a day reading the news.
A third of online news readers said they visit news resources on average three to four times a day to keep up with the news. From five to ten times a day, about 16% of respondents visit news resources. Another 15% say they go online more than 10 times to get acquainted with the news. News is constantly open for 14% of the survey participants.
In the morning and in the evening, 13% of respondents read the news, 9% said that they go online to get acquainted with the news once a day.
When choosing materials, Russians pay attention to the headlines. This was the answer of 66% of respondents. Another 14% stressed that they are guided by the brand of the publication. 9% of the survey participants pay attention to special marks, for example, "exclusive" or "urgent" in the content. Every twentieth participant of the survey said that he pays attention to the author of the material.
Every third participant in the survey said that he was ready to share the news with friends if they were interested in it. If the news just seemed interesting to them, 28% of the survey participants will forward it to their friends.