Voters are increasingly using the internet a main source for news. * Almost half (47%) of all voters spend five hours or more on the internet a day.

  • The number of voters who use the internet as their primary source of news only slightly trails the number of voters who use television as their primary source for news. 
  • Independents now prefer to get their news from the Internet, while Democrats and Republicans still prefer television as their primary news source.

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