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From the “eager” to the “wary”: Americans have wildly different appetites for news and information

News organizations often tend to see their “readers” as one monolithic group whose members have similar needs and respond to the same kinds of stories. But a new report from the Pew Research Center shows that the reality is more complex. Creating what he calls a “information-engagement typology,” researcher John Horrigan identified five distinct groups...
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