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Elementary school - Ration of watching news Rankings(2016 school year)

Rank Prefecture Name Elementary school - Ration of watching news Detail
Saitama 88.7%
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Tokyo 88.4%
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Miyazaki 88.4%
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Akita 88.3%
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Chiba 88.2%
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Kagoshima 87.8%
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Ibaraki 87.8%
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Gunma 87.7%
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Kanagawa 87.5%
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Yamanashi 87.1%
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11 Rank Toyama 87.0%
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11 Rank Iwate 87.0%
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11 Rank Yamaguchi 87.0%
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11 Rank Fukuoka 87.0%
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15 Rank Ehime 86.8%
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15 Rank Nagasaki 86.8%
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17 Rank Tochigi 86.7%
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18 Rank Oita 86.6%
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19 Rank Hiroshima 86.5%
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19 Rank Yamagata 86.5%
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21 Rank Shizuoka 86.2%
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22 Rank Kochi 85.9%
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23 Rank Niigata 85.8%
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23 Rank Aomori 85.8%
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23 Rank Gifu 85.8%
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23 Rank Nara 85.8%
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27 Rank Hokkaido 85.7%
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27 Rank Okayama 85.7%
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29 Rank Kagawa 85.6%
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30 Rank Nagano 85.5%
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31 Rank Aichi 85.4%
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31 Rank Hyogo 85.4%
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31 Rank Miyagi 85.4%
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34 Rank Shimane 85.1%
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35 Rank Mie 85.0%
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36 Rank Kyoto 84.9%
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37 Rank Tokushima 84.8%
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37 Rank Fukushima 84.8%
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39 Rank Wakayama 84.6%
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39 Rank Saga 84.6%
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41 Rank Ishikawa 84.5%
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41 Rank Fukui 84.5%
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41 Rank Shiga 84.5%
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44 Rank Osaka 84.3%
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45 Rank Tottori 83.5%
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46 Rank Okinawa 81.0%
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About Elementary school - Ration of watching news ranking

Educational statistics ranking by local governments

This ranking is created as follows; the value of each data is mechanically sorted and the rank is marked in descending order. If there are more than one category with a same value, they are ranked as a same rank.

Elementary school - Ration of watching news

The value is aggregated based on the answer of the questionnaire items [ Do you watch TV news programs or Internet news (including the case of viewing Internet news using mobile phones and smartphones)? ], carried out for elementary school students.