Skip to comments.Gallup Poll Ranks Radio Fourth For Americans' News Sources
Posted on 07/09/2013 8:42:20 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Gallup has released the results of a new survey of Americans and their primary news sources. Radio was ranked fourth overall, with TV ranked #1 for information about current events. According to Gallup, 55 percent of Americans turn to television as their main source for news, followed by the Internet (21 percent), print media (nine percent) and then radio (six percent).
Radio answers totaled up to six percent overall, with four percent simply answering "radio," one percent saying NPR and another one percent mentioning "Talk radio."
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TV ranked first and of the TV, FOX was number one. CBS was less than one percent. LOL
“TV ranked #1 for information about current events...”
Speaks volumes about the rank stupidity of the average American and his lack of reliable information on virtually every topic.
This is not news..
The State-Run-Media makes surise that those 55% vote Democrat, espousing the Talking Points the DNC gives them, slants the "News" to the Progressive Agenda, and makes sure they slam Conservatives and the U.S. Constitution, 24/7.
The voting records show that those who rely on State-Run-Media vote Democrat, and the results are the mess-of-a-country we have today.
It does not mentioned in regards to tv that there is Fox News.
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