U.S. adults accessing 2010 political campaign news online, by age

This statistic shows the share of Americans who use the internet as a main source of campaign or election news in 2010, sorted by age. During the survey period, 29 percent of the 30-49 year-olds stated they use the internet as a main source.

Share of U.S. Americans using the internet to get political campaign news in 2010, by age

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Release date

March 2011


United States

Survey time period

November 3 to 24, 2010

Number of respondents

2,257 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Supplementary notes

Percentage within a group who uses the internet as a main source of campaign/election news

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