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Table 2 Averaged real news, fake news, and propaganda rating correlations

From: The relationship between political affiliation and beliefs about sources of “fake news”

  Fake news Propaganda
2017   
 Real news − .69 [− .76, − .62] − .52 [− .62, − .41]
 Fake news   .79 [.73, .84]
2018   
 Real news − .33 [− .45, − .20] − .26 [− .38, − .12]
 Fake news   .80 [.74, .84]
2020   
 Real news .16 [.04, .27] .39 [.29, .48]
 Fake news   .75 [.70, .80]
  1. Pearson correlations and associated 95% confidence intervals for averaged real news, fake news, and propaganda ratings. 2017 data are from Experiment 1, 2018 data are from Experiment 2, and 2020 data are from Experiment 3