An interview is a primary in which one-on-one or small group question-and-answer sessions are conducted. It is a very reliable source since you are hearing the information first hand. So the correct answer is primary source. I hope that this answer helped you.
An interview is a(n) primary source in which one-on-one or small group question-and-answer sessions are conducted. Primary source is a source gathered first hand (and interviewing is one). No matter how subjective it might be of how you would want to differentiate if it is fact or opinion.
A primary source provides direct evidence about an event or person (firsthand records created by people who actually participated in or remembered an event and reported on the event and their reactions to it). Often primary sources reflect the individual viewpoint of a participant/observer.
answer : primary source
A fact is something – news, information, a talk, a seminar, etc., that is telling the truth and objective. This could be referenced by the people listening to it. An opinion is a declaration of the person’s thoughts and suggestions that is possibly subjective in nature. This cannot be referenced since it is declared by basing of emotions or one’s own perception on the information.