Explore the Report
- Summary of Findings
- Chapter One: Analysis by Country
- Chapter Two: News Consumption
- Chapter Three: Paying for News
- Chapter Four: Online News
- Resources and Charts
This year's report reveals new insights about digital news consumption based on a YouGov survey of over 18,000 online news consumers in the UK, US, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Japan, Denmark and Finland.
This website contains data about the growth of tablets and smartphones, generational and country based differences in media usage. Also analysis on the role of impartial news in a digital world and the role of social media in finding and distributing news.
Explore the 2014 data and build your own charts. Compare dimensions and data types between or within countries,
The Reuters Institute Digital News Report aims to deliver useful and timely data about the transition to digital. Read more about our annual survey ...
The polling was conducted by YouGov in February 2014 using online samples in ten countries. Find out more about the methods involved.
You can view or download a Powerpoint presentation of all of the charts and tables in the 2014 report.
Those paying for online news doubles in many countries - albeit from a low baseDigital News Report 2013
UK shows the most interest in celebrity news, least interest in political newsDigital News Report 2012