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ICOFUNSO: Info about coronavirus is false - If it was published by unfamiliar source

Question text: When you get news and information about the coronavirus outbreak on Facebook, how do you decide if a piece of information you encounter is false/fake? - If it was published by unfamiliar source

Note: Question was asked only to those who receive information about coronavirus on social networks

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NDI: Public attitudes in Georgia, June 2020

Public attitudes in Georgia, June 2020

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