Out of 100 responses, 92 said they read the news, with 44 getting it from newspapers and/or magazines, 28 from websites, and 16 from social media. As for freedom of the press, 92 per cent of respondents knew what it meant.
A whopping 98 per cent said it is important.
We also asked whether readers thought Hong Kong's media was free. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being completely censored and 10 being completely free, only 2 per cent of respondents thought it was completely free, 30 per cent gave it a 7 and 28 per cent gave it an 8.