Lessons Learned From More Than 20 Years of Asking About Americans’ Online News Habits

At Pew Research Center, we’ve been asking Americans about their online news habits since the mid-1990s. Since then, the ways people get news online have changed a lot — and so have the ways we ask about it.

In 1996, for example, we asked Americans whether they got news about that year’s presidential campaign from “computer on-line sources.”

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