The nationwide survey found that the Internet was a principal source of campaign news for only about one- in-ten online users. Among those who said they went online for election news, the Internet rivaled newspapers as a main source for campaign information. But even among this group, television remained by far the leading source of election information, with half listing it as their main resource. While the Internet has not made significant gains in recent years as a primary outlet of election news, it does serve as an important source for young people who go online. This report is a joint release of the Pew Internet Project and the Pew Research Center for People and the Press.