Presents survey findings about local news and information sources Americans rely on - such as newspapers, television, the Internet, and word of mouth - for sixteen topics by age, gender, education, income, family structure, and other factors.
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Title: How People Learn About Their Local Community
Publication date 2011-09-26
Publication Year 2011
Pew Internet & American Life Project
, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
, Pew Research Center
North America / United States
, local topics
, local community
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