Death, Google, and what we read in the news

Death, Google, and what we read in the news

Does the reporting we see in the news compare with the things we search for online?

Does to the fast-paced reporting we see in the news compare at all with the things we search for online? And does that have anything to do with the things people are actually dying from?

Our World In Data attempted to dive deeper into this matter, finding an obvious disconnect between what we die from, how much coverage these causes get in the media, and what we actually Google.

Americans search on Google is a much closer reflection of what kills us than what is presented in the media.

Findings showed:

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2019-09-06T14:43:56+00:00

About the Author:

Pablo Hernandez
Community Manager and Senior Reporter for CEO Magazine. Write to Pablo at pablo.hernandez@ceo-latam.com
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