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Apr 12, 2012Carolyn Miller, Kristen Purcell, Tom Rosenstiel
These local news enthusiasts follow a diverse set of topics but rely heavily on local newspapers to keep them informed
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The internet has redefined the news industry. Pew Internet has tracked the internet’s impact during major news moments, such as the September 11 terror attacks, the dawn of the Iraq war, and political campaigns.
Aug 11, 2004Deborah Fallows
The vast majority of online Americans say the Internet plays a role in their daily routines and that the rhythm of their everyday lives would be affected if they could no longer go online. Yet, despite its great popularity and allure, the Internet st...
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Jon Bonné, MSNBC.com
Aug 11, 2004
Our lives just wouldn't be the same without the Internet, yet we're somehow living most of our lives offline. So says the latest study from the nonprofit Pew Internet & American Life Project, which tracks our online habits. Of those Americans who use...
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K. Oanh Ha, Mercury News
Aug 4, 2004
Nearly 90 percent of Americans who go online said the Internet plays a role in their daily routines and 64 percent said their daily activities would be affected if they could no longer use the Internet.
Jul 8, 2004Lee Rainie, Deborah Fallows
Millions go online for news and images not covered in the mainstream press. But many are repulsed by what they see.
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Jun 17, 2004
The data set contains questions about images from the war in Iraq, search engines, and prescription drugs online.
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Feb 5, 2004Lee Rainie, John Horrigan
This presentation summarizes data from the report: “Cable and Internet Loom Large in Fragmented Political News Universe” and was done in conjunction with the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.
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Jan 11, 2004Andrew Kohut
We have a new poll that shows cable news and the Internet are looming larger this year as sources of campaign information, as smaller numbers of Americans are turning to broadcast TV and newspapers
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Richard J. Dalton Jr. , Newsday
Dec 23, 2003
E-commerce "transactions are the fastest growing activities online," said Lee Rainie, director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project. "When people take the plunge and give their credit card to a Web site ... that is an enormous vote of confiden...
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Dec 22, 2003Mary Madden, Lee Rainie
This report analyzes the responses of more than 64,000
Americans to phone surveys in the past three years. It finds that 63% of
U.S. adults now are online and many of them have built Internet use into their lives in practical ways.
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Ellen McCarthy, The Washington Post
Sep 3, 2003
Nearly half of all Americans surveyed say they are worried that terrorists could launch attacks through the networks connecting home computers and powerful utilities, a study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project found.
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The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.