About one in five Americans don’t read, watch or listen to news on a typical day, according to the latest biennial news consumption survey released by the Pew Research Center. For some sectors of the news industry, that could be considered the good news …
Here are the 15-year trend lines from survey questions designed to track where people regularly go for news:
More recent formats for news delivery, however, are doing better:
There’s much more to be found in the 129-page survey report. Findings will post a few more highlights during the coming days. In the meantime, click here for: A summary of the report or the full report (PDF).