Americans 18-34 prefer browsing Internet (46%), watching TV (35%), reading a book (7%)

A September study by the Online Publishers Association found that 18- to 34-year-olds are far more apt to log on to the Internet (46%) than watch TV (35%), read a book (7%), turn on a radio (3%), read a newspaper (also 3%) or flip through a magazine (less than 1%).

A September study by the Online Publishers Association found that 18- to 34-year-olds are far more apt to log on to the Internet (46%) than watch TV (35%), read a book (7%), turn on a radio (3%), read a newspaper (also 3%) or flip through a magazine (less than 1%).

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