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Poll: 25% Have Found Mistakes on Wikipedia

Friday, March 30, 2007

Twenty-five percent (25%) of those who have visited the Wikipedia web site have read something they knew to be inaccurate. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 56% of Wikipedia visitors have not personally found any inaccuracies. Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia where anyone can post or edit just about anything. However, among all adults, 46% believe Wikipedia is at least somewhat reliable. Only 16% disagree while 38% are not sure.

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