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This blog is provided by the IPR Measurement Commission. What kind of news source do you trust most to get your vital information? Turns out, the answer may depend on your age. That’s because a recent survey on news consumption preferences conducted by Researchscape in collaboration with Fullintel, results found that media preferences often differ … Continue reading What News Sources do You Trust?

Morning Consult tracked Americans’ self-reported usage of the major networks on cable news (CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News) and broadcast (ABC, CBS, and NBC) in relation to their political views. Surveys of registered U.S. voters were conducted from 2018-2022 and from Jan. 1-31, 2023. Key findings include: 1.) 57% of voters who frequented CNN or … Continue reading Roughly 2 in 5 Viewers of CNN and MSNBC are Not Democrats

Pew Research Center examined the rise of podcasts as news and information sources in the past year. Podcasts cover a wide range of topics and attract different types of listeners. Pew Research Center highlights the reasons why Americans listen to podcasts and what these podcasts discuss. A survey of 5,132 U.S. adults was conducted from Dec. … Continue reading How Americans Use Podcasts as News and Information Sources