NYT: Voters Increasingly Turning to Internet for Information, Survey Shows

The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman talks with GSG’s Julie Hootkin on where persuadable voters are turning for their information as the countdown until Election Day continues. See below for an excerpt, or click here to read the full piece.

“The notion that campaigns are trying to reach these late deciders, and they’re not getting their information from television, is significant,” Ms. Hootkin said.

Half of those voters surveyd have used the internet to fact-check things they have learned in the news media during the course of the campaign. Half have done the same to fact-check things that the candidates have said this cycle.


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