Pew Research Center has been asking Americans about their online news habits since the mid-1990s. It found that the approximately six-in-ten U.S. adults (58%) often get news on a mobile device. In addition, social media sites have now surpassed print newspapers as a news source for Americans. This recent post shares two common challenges that Pew research team has faced in measuring online news use over more than two decades: identifying the many different ways that Americans get news online and understanding what survey respondents mean when they tell us about their online news habits.
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