A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds  25% use the Internet as their main source of news, while only 10% still rely on print newspapers. More importantly (at least to me), Seven percent (7%) get most of their news from radio.

What could be wrong with “the papers?” Start here::: Bradley Manning says he tried New York Times, Washington Post, and Politico before WikiLeaks, by @joecoscarelli!

Rasmussen also notes that “Most voters still get their news from television and consider the news reported by the media generally trustworthy.”  (i.e.,”as at least somewhat trustworthy”)

Related: The February 18 issue of “Human Events” currently on newsstands will be its last.

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