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Jul. 21, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET Do you use the internet or email, at least occasionally?
Jul. 21, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET Do you access the internet on a cellphone, tablet or other mobile handheld device, at least occasionally?
Jul. 21, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET Do you currently subscribe to internet service at home?
Jul. 21, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET Do you subscribe to dial-up internet service at home... or do you subscribe to a higher-speed broadband service such as DSL, cable, or fiber optic service?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about news (by news we mean information about events and issues that involve more than just your friends and family), how often do you get news on a desktop or laptop computer?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about news (by news we mean information about events and issues that involve more than just your friends and family), how often do you get news on a mobile device (such as a smartphone or tablet)?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Do you prefer to get your news on a desktop or laptop computer; or on a mobile device (such as a smartphone or tablet)?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How much, if at all, do you trust the information you get from social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter: a lot, some, not too much, or not at all?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How often do you get news online from people that you are close with: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How often do you get news online from people you are not particularly close with: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How often do you get news online from news organizations: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How accurate, do you think, is the news posted online by people that you are close with: very accurate, somewhat accurate, not too accurate, or not at all accurate?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How accurate, do you think, is the news posted online by people you are not particularly close with: very accurate, somewhat accurate, not too accurate, or not at all accurate?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How accurate, do you think, is the news posted online by news organizations: very accurate, somewhat accurate, not too accurate, or not at all accurate?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How near to your interests is the news posted online by people that you are close with: very near to your interests, somewhat near to your interests, not too near to your interests, or not at all near to your interests?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How near to your interests is the news posted online by people that you are not particularly close with: very near to your interests, somewhat near to your interests, not too near to your interests, or not at all near to your interests?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News How near to your interests is the news posted online by news organizations: very near to your interests, somewhat near to your interests, not too near to your interests, or not at all near to your interests?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News When you are online and come across information in a news story that you think is inaccurate, how often do you take it upon yourself to figure out whether it is accurate: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about the news that your friends, family and acquaintances post or send you online about political and social issues, overall, do you think the mix of news you get from them represents just one side, or represents more than one side?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Would you prefer that the news your friends, family and acquaintances post or send you online about political and social issues has a greater mix of views from all sides, or do you think it's okay that overall it represents just one side?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Which statement best describes how you get news online, whether on a computer, phone, or tablet, even if neither is exactly right? I mostly come across news online because I'm looking for it; or I mostly come across news online when I'm doing other things online.
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News When online, some people interact a lot with others about the news, while others tend to keep more to themselves. What comes closer to what you do?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Which of the following statements comes closer to your view of the online news you get? Getting news online exposes me to a wider range of news stories than I would get otherwise; or does not expose me to more news stories than I would have gotten otherwise.
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about all the time you spend online, how much of that time is spent getting news: a lot, some, not too much, or not at all?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News When you follow a link to a news story on a social networking site, how much attention, if any, do you pay to the news source the link takes you to: a lot of attention, some attention, very little attention, or no attention at all?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about when you are on a social networking site, how often, if at all, do you click on links to news stories: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about when you are on a social networking site, how often, if at all, do you post links to news stories yourself: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about when you are on a social networking site, how often, if at all, do you share or repost links to news stories that were originally posted by someone else: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about when you are on a social networking site, how often, if at all, do you like news stories: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
Jul. 8, 2016 Pew Research Center INTERNET, News Thinking about when you are on a social networking site, how often, if at all, do you comment on news stories: often, sometimes, hardly ever, or never?
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