People are no more likely to want to pay for news online today than two years ago. According to a survey of 19,000 consumers in 10 countries by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the
University of Oxford, only one in ten is willing to pay for news -- the same figure reached in 2012. However, of those paying for news, 59 percent now subscribe, rather than pay for day passes or
access to individual articles. This is up from 43 percent in 2012.
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