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News organizations, not blogs or commentary sites, are Twitter users’ most-shared sources (at least on one issue), Pew finds

Fake news and distrust in the media may be on the rise, but content from news outlets — particularly legacy ones — is still getting shared plenty on Twitter. In an effort to determine what kinds of information sources people encounter on Twitter when reading about big policy issues, Pew Research analyzed 9.7 million immigration-focused...
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