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Oct. 24, 2014 Public Policy Institute of California INTERNET, News Do you mostly read the websites of newspapers or mostly other types of news websites [to get most of your information about what's going on in politics today]?
Oct. 24, 2014 Public Policy Institute of California INTERNET, Political use Do you ever go online to get news and information on California politics and elections? [If yes] Do you do this often or only sometimes?
Oct. 21, 2014 Harris Poll INTERNET, News Now, we’d like to ask you a question about how much trust you have in certain institutions. How much trust do you have that each of the following will get you the news fairly and accurately? Online news sites tied to existing/ traditional news outlets (e.g., cnn.com, foxnews.com, nytimes.com).
Oct. 21, 2014 Harris Poll INTERNET, News Now, we’d like to ask you a question about how much trust you have in certain institutions. How much trust do you have that each of the following will get you the news fairly and accurately? Online-only news sites (e.g., Huffington Post, Yahoo! News).
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET Do you use the Internet or email for any purpose, or not?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, Cellular telephone Do you own a cellphone that connects to the Internet, or does your phone only receive calls and text messages?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News Do you ever get news alerts sent to you by text, email, or app notifications, or not?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News I’m going to read you some different devices or technology that you might or might not use to get news. Please tell me if you used each device or technology to get news in the last week, or if you did not. How about a tablet, such as an iPad or GalaxyTab?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News I’m going to read you some different devices or technology that you might or might not use to get news. Please tell me if you used each device or technology to get news in the last week, or if you did not. How about a desktop or laptop computer?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News I’m going to read you some different devices or technology that you might or might not use to get news. Please tell me if you used each device or technology to get news in the last week, or if you did not. How about a cellphone?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News I’m going to read you some different devices or technology that you might or might not use to get news. Please tell me if you used each device or technology to get news in the last week, or if you did not. How about a smart TV, or other devices like Xbox or PlayStation that link the Internet t
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News I’m going to read you some different devices or technology that you might or might not use to get news. Please tell me if you used each device or technology to get news in the last week, or if you did not. How about an E-reader, such as a Kindle or Sony Reader?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News Regardless of the device used, people can find news in different ways, such as through social media, news alerts or news websites. Some people find news through these ways, and others do not. I am interested in whether you found news in any of the following ways in the last week, or if you did not f
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News Regardless of the device used, people can find news in different ways, such as through social media, news alerts or news websites. Some people find news through these ways, and others do not. I am interested in whether you found news in any of the following ways in the last week, or if you did not f
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News Regardless of the device used, people can find news in different ways, such as through social media, news alerts or news websites. Some people find news through these ways, and others do not. I am interested in whether you found news in any of the following ways in the last week, or if you did not f
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News Regardless of the device used, people can find news in different ways, such as through social media, news alerts or news websites. Some people find news through these ways, and others do not. I am interested in whether you found news in any of the following ways in the last week, or if you did not f
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News Regardless of the device used, people can find news in different ways, such as through social media, news alerts or news websites. Some people find news through these ways, and others do not. I am interested in whether you found news in any of the following ways in the last week, or if you did not f
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News How much do you trust the information you get from electronic news alerts or subscriptions you've signed up for?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News How much do you trust the information you get through search engines?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News How much do you trust the information you get from online news organizations that mostly combine news from other sources?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News Beyond the device you use, or how you find the news, there is another element -- the organization which gathered the information and did the news reporting, such as national or local TV news programs, newspapers, radio shows or websites. Some people watch, read, or hear news from these news types of
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News How much do you trust the information you get from online-only sources such as Yahoo! News, Buzzfeed, and Huffington Post, or Blogs?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News [Do you currently have] a paid subscription that includes access to a newspaper's online website, or not?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News [Do you currently have] a paid subscription that includes access to any app on a tablet computer that helps you get news or from a news organization or news provider, or not?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News [Do you currently have] a paid subscription that includes access to a magazine's website, or not?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News [Do you currently have] a paid subscription that includes access to an app on a cellphone that helps you get news or from a news organization or news provider, or not?
Sep. 16, 2014 Associated Press/ National Opinion Research Center/ American Press Institute INTERNET, News [Do you currently have] a paid subscription that includes access to any other online news source, or not?
Sep. 11, 2014 Pew Research Center INTERNET Percentage of respondents who use the internet.
Sep. 11, 2014 Pew Research Center INTERNET Percentage of respondents who agree or strongly agree that the internet makes it much easier to find information today than it was in the past.
Sep. 11, 2014 Pew Research Center INTERNET Percentage of respondents who agree or strongly agree that there is a lot of useful, important information that is not available on the internet.
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