Rasmussen: While only 21% of voters get political news mainly from Internet, for voters under 40 the number is 1/3 of voters

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 59% of U.S. voters plan to get most of their political news in 2010 from television. That number includes 37% who will rely on cable news networks and 22% who will turn to traditional TV network news.

Twenty-one percent (21%) will count primarily on the Internet, with just nine percent (9%) relying on print newspapers. Nearly as many (7%) will get most of their political news from radio.

But indicative of the ongoing media shift in U.S. society is the finding that one-third of voters (33%) under 40 plan to get most of their political news from the Internet.

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