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Media News Consumption Sources by Millennial in the U.S.

Media News Consumption Sources
by Millennial in the U.S.

Based on an online survey of 546 respondents ages 22-37 years

                         Daily   A few times     Once     A few times
                                  per week     per week    per month

Social media              47%        21%          7%          5%
Radio                     26%        21%          7%          8%
Online-only news sites    23%        19%         11%          11%
Network news              18%        14%          6%          12%
Cable news                16%        14%          9%          9%
Podcasts                  7%         11%          7%          9%
Newspapers                7%         9%           9%          8%

                         Once per   Less than   Never
                          month     once per
                                      month

Social media                3%         3%        15%
Radio                       5%         9%        24%
Online-only news sites      5%         9%        22%
Network news                4%         11%       34%
Cable news                  6%         13%       34%
Podcasts                    5%         10%       50%
Newspapers                  5%         17%       45%

Source: Statista, survey conducted April 17-21, 2019
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