Local media keep public informed

A survey by the Department for Communities and Local Government has highlighted the importance of local media in keeping the public informed about local councils.

The survey showed that local news organisations were the most common method of finding out about the local council. Out of more than 4,000 respondents 37 per cent found the most from local media, 33 per cent from information provided by the council, 12 per cent from word of mouth and 8 per cent through the council website and via the internet. The survey, titled User Satisfaction and Local Government Provision, can be found at www.communities.gov.uk.

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