Readers surveyed about Rupert Murdoch were most interested in hearing what he had to say about the payments made by News Group to settle legal actions in July 2009, according to a poll carried out by The Guardian.
Out of 27 questions listed as potential options for Murdoch, 7.1 percent of readers were most interested in hearing what he had to say about the payments.
The Daily Mail reported that the details of the payments from Murdoch's media company were found by detectives probing phone hacking at the News of the World.
In response to the claims about the payments, Murdoch insisted that he had no idea about it. He said that he would have known about it if it had happened, reported The Guardian.
The Guardian reported that the question that readers were most interested to hear about from Murdoch after the payment ordeal was, "How could a company which obstructs the police and misleads Parliament and regulators be considered a fit and proper company to run a media organisation?", at 5.8%.
The questions were posted to create a shortlist for a committee later in the week for Murdoch to address and answer.