The Internet is the most popular source of information in the U.S.

According to a survey conducted in the U.S. by the company Zogby Interactive and reported news agency Reuters is the Internet's most popular source of information and above TV, Radio and Newspapers.
The question could only choose one source of information which would you choose more than 50% of people interviewed for the survey responded internet, 21% responded that the TV would choose, 10% would choose the radio and another 10% would choose the newspapers.
Only 10% however, believes that social networks are important for the information, and only 4% would use a social network as successful as Twitter to search for information.
The Internet is chosen as the most reliable source of news for nearly 40% of adults, compared with 17% who chose television, 16% who chose newspapers and 13% who opted for the radio.
Almost half of the 3030 respondents consider important web sites of newspapers, while 43% prefer the websites of the TV, while blogs are considered less important websites.
In the future, 82% of respondents believe that within the next 5 years the Internet will become the main source of information, while 13% believe that the TV will be the most important source of information, and only 0.5% believe that the source of information more important within the next 5 years will be the newspapers.

In the U.S., 84% of the population has Internet access.

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