This chapter presents the results of the surveys in an intelligible way. Initially, the demographic characteristics are given, followed by the sample’s interest in issues relating to the rule of law and civil society, their sources of information from the media (news, printed and social media), and finally their political affiliation is discussed. It should be remembered that even at this stage, contradictions are apparent: what are seen as the most reliable news provider and least reliable news provider are both owned by the state. Of course, in attitudinal research, such contradictions are commonplace and indicate a sample’s blind spots.