New Media Insight Project study highlights who among Gen Z and Millennials pay for or donate to news, how payers or donors get news, and the topics that drive their behavior.
Knowing the news: How Gen Z and Millennials get information on essential topics
New Media Insight Project study reveals how Gen Z and Millennials follow and interact with topics fundamental to their lives and society.
Fatigue, traditionalism, and engagement: news habits and attitudes of the Gen Z and Millennial generations
New Media Insight Project study reveals Gen Z and Millennials follow news from a range of sources but have concerns about its reliability and the spread of misinformation in both traditional and social media.
A new way of looking at trust in media: Do Americans share journalism’s core values?
April 14, 2021 The deep divides over trust in the news media are usually portrayed as largely ideological. Democrats are seven times more likely than Republicans to say they trust the mainstream media, and independents are four times as likely. But the argument over media trust often has the feel of people talking past each…
Americans and the News Media: What they do – and don’t – understand about each other
This study from The Media Insight Project, a collaboration between the American Press Institute and The AP-NORC Center, explores disconnects, and common ground, between the public and journalists about the media’s priorities and practices.