CIRCLE (The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement)
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Media Use Among Young People

January 31st, 2003
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by Michael Olander

January 2003

Based on CIRCLE Civic & Political Health 2002 survey, GSS data from 1972-2000. Tracks trends in media consumption by age groups and media type.

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One Response to “Media Use Among Young People”

  1. Annapolis Dentist Says:

    Interesting statistics…to have older Americans get their news more often from Radio than other sources was something I didn’t expect.
    However, I guess this data is a little old at this point. It would be interesting to see a more up-to-date study.