Results for - From Where Do You Get News?

2,276 voters participated in this survey

1. Do you intentionally keep up with what's going on in the world around you by listening to/watching/reading news?

Yes
58%
1,326 votes
In fits and starts/Sometimes/On occasion
19%
440 votes
No
15%
351 votes
Once did; should start again
3%
62 votes
Do now; ought not /don't think I should
5%
121 votes

2. From what sort(s) of sources do you get the news you take in?

Television not broadcast online
59%
1,354 votes
Online video programming not seen on television
14%
326 votes
Radio
26%
588 votes
Audio programming not heard on broadcast/terrestrial radio (such as podcasts)
5%
119 votes
Print (newspaper/s, magazine/s, etc.?)
25%
565 votes
Websites/apps of print publications
33%
765 votes
Social media
18%
424 votes
Other (please specify)
2%
51 votes
Not Applicable
11%
257 votes

3. Do you believe the reporters, writers, management, publishers and owners of the media outlets from which you get news would be able to articulate the worldview (or, if you prefer, bias) through which they present the news they offer to the public?

Yes for all or a majority of those involved in all of the news sources I take in
17%
394 votes
Yes for some; no for others
30%
690 votes
No for all
15%
354 votes
Unsure
21%
491 votes
Not Applicable
16%
371 votes

4. Do you believe it's important to get news from a gamut of sources that present news from numerous points of view/worldviews/biases?

Yes
32%
738 votes
To an extent
34%
778 votes
Uncertain
12%
280 votes
No
8%
187 votes
Not Applicable
14%
317 votes
07/22/2021 News 2276 101 By: jlrake

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