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Distribution of Hate Speech Complains Across Web 1.0 Platforms (2018)

The chart shows the distribution of hate speech complaints on Web 1.0 platforms based on data collected by the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH). INACH's 2018 report found that the majority (almost three quarters) of all complaints of hate speech were registered on websites (Web 1.0 platforms), followed by forums and blogs.
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Distribution of Hate Speech Complains Across Web 2.0 Platforms (2018)

The chart presents the distribution of hate speech complaints on Web 2.0 platforms based on data collected by the International Network Against Cyber Hate. The 2018 report found that, when it comes to social media platforms, three major players give the biggest surface to cyber hate and extremist propaganda, accounting for more than 80% of all complaints of hate speech - Facebook (40%), Twitter (21.7%) and YouTube (21.2%).
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Distribution of Mass Media as a Source of Getting News in the Last Week

The chart presents the distribution of different mass media (television, radio, etc.) as source of news during the coronavirus lockdown. The participants in six countries have answered to the following question "Q4: Which, if any, of the following have you used in the last week as a source of news?" Television and online are the most popular way of getting news in all six countries. The figures for newspapers are lower than normal, as countries have entered lockdown, complicating print distribution and greatly reducing single copies sales.
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Distribution of Online Complaints Per Hate Type

This chart shows the distribution of complaints about hate speech online based on data collected by International Network Against Cyberhate (INACH). INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that the most common types of hate speech reported in user complaints are Racism and Antisemitism. The least common types of hate speech are Anti-Ziganism and anti-religious hate for religions other than Islam.
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Distribution of Respondents Hearing or Seeing the Selected Statements Made by non-Jewish People in Surveyed European Union Member States (2013)

This table shows the percentage of respondents who have heard or seen the selected statements made by non-Jewish people, by European Union country. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. Answers included in the survey are both "all the time" and "frequently".
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Distribution of Respondents Seeing Antisemitic Comments as a Problem in Different Arenas Based On What They Have Seen or Heard in Surveyed European Union Member States (2013)

The table shows the distribution of respondents (as percent) who see antisemitic comments as a problem in different arenas based on what they have seen or heard in the surveyed European Union member states. The European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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Distribution of Roma Feeling Discriminated Against When Looking for Work in the Five Years Before the Survey (2016)

The chart shows the percentages of Roma who felt discriminated against when looking for work, during the reference period 2011 to 2016 in nine European Union member states. The European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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Distribution of Sources Used for Coronavirus News in Germany

The chart shows that German respondents trust the most scientists, doctors and health experts when it comes to getting information about coronavirus (74%) and trust the least people they don't know (15%). The results are based on the participants' answers to the following question "Q10: How trustworthy would you say news and information about coronavirus (COVID-19) from the following is? Please use the scale below where 0 is "not at all trustworthy" and 10 is "completely trustworthy.""
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Distribution of Sources Used for Coronavirus News in Spain

The chart shows that Spanish respondents trust the most scientists, doctors and health experts when it comes to getting information about coronavirus (84%) and trust the least people they don't know (16%). The results are based on the participants' answers to the following question "Q10: How trustworthy would you say news and information about coronavirus (COVID-19) from the following is? Please use the scale below where 0 is "not at all trustworthy" and 10 is "completely trustworthy.""
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Distribution of Sources Used for Coronavirus News in the Last Week

The chart presents the distribution of sources used to obtain information about coronavirus (COVID-19) by repondents in six countries surveyed. The participants have answered to the following question "Q4: Which, if any, of the following have you used in the last week as a source of news or information about coronavirus (COVID-19)?" According to the results, in April 2020, news organisations remain among the most important sources of information. In a public health crisis, where most people are online and many diferrent organisations, including public authorities, have websites, social media accounts, and other channels available, news media are not the only sources people rely on. Across the six countries surveyed, two-thirds have relied on news organisations, ranging from a low 47% in Germany to a high 77% in South Korea.