60% of young adult Americans get their political news from TV

Americans 30 years old and younger are almost twice as likely to mention the internet as newspapers as where they get most of their news about the election (46% vs. 24%).18-29 years-old Americans get more election news from the following sources:20042007Change %% Television7560-15Newspapers3024-6Internet2146+25Radio10100Magazines13+4Other46+2Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project.

Americans 30 years old and younger are almost twice as likely to mention the internet as newspapers as where they get most of their news about the election (46% vs. 24%).

18-29 years-old Americans get more election news from the following sources:

2004 2007 Change
  % %  
Television 75 60 -15
Newspapers 30 24 -6
Internet 21 46 +25
Radio 10 10 0
Magazines 1 3 +4
Other 4 6 +2

Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project.

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