The four different sources through which Canada and Australia obtain news are
compared using pie charts. These sources include print, radio, television, and the
internet. Overall, news from TV and the internet took the top spot, with radio coming in last among the available sources.
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To start, 40% of Canadians watch the news on television, which is almost the
same as Australia’s rate and is just 3% lower. A little over half of Australians
access the news online, compared to 36% of Canadians and little under 40% of
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Additionally, in both Australia and Canada, print media and radio were among the
least preferred methods of news consumption. In Canada, 14% of people obtain news through paper, which is precise, twice the rate of Australians. Only 2% of Australians have access to the radio for news, compared to 7% in Canada. In
addition, 2 to 3% of people in both countries do not know the source.
In conclusion, it can be said that Australia uses the internet more frequently than
Canada, which results in lower use of other media like radio and print.