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From the AARP Bulletin Print Edition, March 1, 2010
How frequently do you read a print version of a newspaper?
2-3 times a week
Don’t read a print newspaper
Is that more or less than you read a print newspaper 5 years ago?
How willing would you be to pay for an online newspaper if not available in print?
Which of the following ways do you most prefer to get the news?
Survey of 1,040 adults age 18 and older conducted by SSRS Jan. 15-24, 2010.
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