News Consumption

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Trends in News Consumption: 1991-2012, Part 4

Section 4: Demographics and Political Views of News Audiences In general, the regular audiences for most television and print news outlets tend to be older than the public as a whole. Yet there are some notable exceptions. As was the case two years ago, The Colbert Report and The Daily Show have the youngest audiences … Continue reading

Trends in News Consumption: 1991-2012, Part 3

Weather News Remains Top Draw Section 3: News Attitudes and Habits Most Americans continue to say they enjoy following the news. But the percentage saying they enjoy it “a lot,” while little changed since 2010, is significantly lower today than it was four years ago. Currently, 43% say they enjoy following the news a lot. … Continue reading

Trends in News Consumption: 1991-2012

Section 1: Watching, Reading and Listening to the News Television continues to be the public’s top daily news source. In the current survey, 55% say they watched the news or a news program on television yesterday. That is little changed from recent news consumption surveys. In the 1990s, however, far more Americans said they watched … Continue reading

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