Sunday, September 19, 2010

Rasmussen: Blogosphere's Good News, Bad News

From Rasmussen Reports ~ Forty-four percent (44%) of all adults say the Internet is the best way to get news and information.

Television comes in second, with 36% who still turn to the tube.

Print newspapers are a distant third with just 11% who view them as the best source for news and information.

Only nine percent (9%) still rely on radio.

Although more people turn to the Internet, they're less sure about the quality of the information they find there. Only 29% say the Internet is the most reliable source of credible news information.

The plurality (40%) says broadcast news is the most reliable source. Twenty-one percent (21%) view newspapers that way.

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