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  • Americans are scrolling through the news on screens
  • Americans are scrolling through the news on screens
    Ines Njers (2014) ©

Americans are scrolling through the news on screens

Readership of physical newspapers is declining. Just a fifth of US adults say they regularly get news from printed publications, falling from 27% in 2013. Instead, more people are turning to their devices to keep up to date with current affairs, be it on a TV, a phone or a laptop.



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