We all know that the way people get there news has changed with the advent of the Internet.
According to a poll by Pew Research, more people get news on national and international issues from the Internet than from newspapers. Currently, 40 percent say they get national and world news online, up from 24 percent in September 2007. It's the first time a Pew survey has shown more people get most of their news from the Internet than from newspapers. Meanwhile, television was cited as the main source for such news, with 70 percent. But television has been losing ground over the years, while online media have gained by more than any other source.
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