May 13, 2019

Publics in Emerging Economies Worry Social Media Sow Division, Even as They Offer New Chances for Political Engagement

Appendix C: Detailed tables

Table showing the comfort of people in emerging economies discussing political issues or news on social media, by age, gender, education and partisanship. Table showing people's comfort discussing political issues or news by talking to someone on their mobile phone in emerging economies, by age, gender, education and partisanship. Table showing people's comfort discussing political issues or news by talking to someone in person in emerging economies, by age, gender, education and partisanship. Table showing people's views on whether access to digital technologies has made people more informed about current events, by social media use and education level in emerging economies. Table showing people's views on whether access to digital technologies has made people more divided in their political opinions, by social media use and education level in emerging economies. Table showing people's views on whether access to digital technologies has made people more accepting of people who have different views than they do, by social media use and education level in emerging economies. Table showing people's views on whether access to digital technologies has made people easier to manipulate with false information and rumors, by social media use and education level in emerging economies. Table showing people's views on whether access to digital technologies has made people more willing to engage in political debates, by social media use and education level in emerging economies.