A survey of the news consumption habits of Americans by the Pew Research Center found that 46% of those surveyed have a "heavy reliance" on TV news. About 13% of those surveyed claimed a similar reliance on online news. The report breaks down media preference by income, median age and education level. According to the report, about a third of the under-25 crowd reads or views no news on an ordinary day, up from 25% a decade ago.
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