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Most popular news platforms in the U.S. 2018, by gender

Most popular news platforms among consumers in the United States as of August 2018, by gender

Most popular news platforms in the U.S. 2018, by gender The statistic shows the most popular news platforms among consumers in the United States as of August 2018, sorted by gender. It was found that radio news was more popular with men in the U.S. than with women, whereas more women than men used social media to get most of their news. Men also used print media more than women, with 28 percent saying that they got most of their news from print newspapers or magazines and 22 percent of female respondents saying the same.
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Most popular news platforms among consumers in the United States as of August 2018, by gender

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The statistic shows the most popular news platforms among consumers in the United States as of August 2018, sorted by gender. It was found that radio news was more popular with men in the U.S. than with women, whereas more women than men used social media to get most of their news. Men also used print media more than women, with 28 percent saying that they got most of their news from print newspapers or magazines and 22 percent of female respondents saying the same.
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