Americans Can Recognize the Sources of the News They Read 56 Percent of the Time, New Pew Study Finds

Pew takes a dive into digital media consumption habits

There were a few surprises in the Pew Research Center’s study of digital media habits, including the fact that a sizable portion of participants in its study reported visiting websites directly for news, especially for business and finance news. And there were some unsurprising results, like the fact that those visiting sites directly skewed older, and that young and female audiences were more likely to get their news from social media.