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The questions and base sizes are included underneath the relevant chart or table and this website also contains more detail about the methodology and survey questions used.
The Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2014 has been translated into Finish and, Spanish, for this we give thanks to our academic partners at the University of Tampere and University of Navarra.
· View the Finish translation of the Digital News Report 2014: Reuters Institute Digital News Report – Key Findings in Finland (via University of Tampere, School of Communication, Media and Theatre)
· View the Spanish translation of the Digital News Report 2014: Digital News Report 2014: España (via Universidad de Navarra, Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life, School of Communication)
Roskilde University has also published a Danish-language report on digital media and news use, based on data from the Reuters Institute Digital News Report: Danskernes brug af digitale medier og nyheder I 2014 by Rasmus Kleis Nielsen and Kim Schrøder (via Roskilde Universitet)