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Where do you get your news?

What is your go to news source?

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Asked by Anonymous at 9:47 AM on Apr. 28, 2012 in Politics & Current Events

Answers (18)
  • Mostly listening to NPR, also I read the news online

    Answer by virginiamama71 at 9:49 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • I read online between Yahoo and ABC News.

    Answer by Simplicity3 at 9:51 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • I use a variety of sources. We get our local paper, 2 local news stations & some online news. I have yet to find any (even with all of them added together) that tell the WHOLE, UNBIASED story!

    Answer by mrsmom110 at 9:54 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • A lot of different places. UK Guardian and NPR, for the most part but I also read a variety of online sources.

    Answer by BrawnwynII at 9:58 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • Everywhere and I take it all with a grain of salt.

    Answer by QuinnMae at 10:21 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • I'm partial to NPR/PBS. I like the New York Times, as well. Now that election campaigning is really underway, I'll be paying particular attention to Nate Silver's column.

    Answer by katiemomNY at 10:49 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • News12 NJ, the paper and sometimes the computer. Mostly the TV.

    Answer by robinkane at 11:05 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • There are many---NBC nightly news , my local news at 10 pm, the Internet news stories from many different newspapers.

    Answer by lga1965 at 11:07 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • Online only, no major network sources. No Yahoo, MSNBC, ect. Non profit sources are good because they don't get paid off. I like to read books and documentaries are awesome on Netflix too:)

    Answer by JackieGirl007 at 11:38 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

  • my husband..he reads/listens to it all, often searching for similar stories/versions from multiple outlets.
    just about the only thing he may not know about is local news...which is what i listen to. i tend to be more interested in what is going on in my hometown, rather than a state/country/pole away.

    Answer by dullscissors at 11:56 AM on Apr. 28, 2012

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