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Three cheers for the Peruvians

And for the Mexicans and Argentinians too, as they posted the highest percentages judging media freedom important, at 96% for Peru, and 94% for Mexico and Argentina. Rather depressingly, India underperformed tyrannies like China and Iran, with only 52% valuing media freedom.

Rather disgustingly, 12% of Britons judged media freedom neither very nor somewhat important. Is Broon's payroll vote really that big?

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Anonymous verity said... 12:27 am

In Mexico, they published one of the Danish Cartoons. Not in England, but Mexico held their nerve.  



Blogger Lil Jimmy said... 8:25 am

12% That's actually an appalling statistic, Mr C.  



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