African-Americans: preferred device for getting news in the U.S. 2014

Is there a device or technology you prefer for getting news?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 15, 2014
African-Americans: preferred device for getting news in the U.S. 2014 The graph shows a ranking of devices preferred by African-Americans for getting news in the United States as of February 2014. The most preferred device in this population was the television with a 22 percent share. However, 58 percent of respondents did not have a device preference.
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Is there a device or technology you prefer for getting news?

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Share of respondents
No preference/cannot decide58%
A television22%
A cellphone11%
A desktop or laptop computer8%
Paper print5%
A tablet 5%
A Smart TV2%
Radio2%
Other1%
An e-reader1%
Share of respondents
No preference/cannot decide58%
A television22%
A cellphone11%
A desktop or laptop computer8%
Paper print5%
A tablet 5%
A Smart TV2%
Radio2%
Other1%
An e-reader1%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 15, 2014
The graph shows a ranking of devices preferred by African-Americans for getting news in the United States as of February 2014. The most preferred device in this population was the television with a 22 percent share. However, 58 percent of respondents did not have a device preference.
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