the survey found that 77.4% of the public will prevent the block by "reminding relatives and friends that it is fake news", and the least used method is to directly contact the person who posted the fake news. Similar to the verification operation, the higher the education level, the more often they engage in anti-blocking operations;
in the age group, also the young and middle-aged phone database people have the highest proportion of engaging in anti-blocking operations. In terms of media literacy education and promotion, as many as 94.2% of the public believe that it is necessary to improve the public's ability to identify fake news through education or publicity. The survey also briefly tested the respondents' ability to judge the statements of facts and opinions. The correct answer rate for five of the six questions was about 70-80%, and the correct answer rate for the remaining questions was 61.7%.
After the cross-analysis of the number of correct answers and the age group and education level of the respondents, it was found that the increase of age was negatively correlated with the number of correct answers, and the increase of education level was positively correlated with the number of correct answers. In other words, the older the age , the poorer the ability to identify the truth of the facts, and the higher the education level, the better the ability to identify the truth of the facts.