A new Pew Research /Knight Foundation survey about Internet use is full of revelations about competition between newspapers, TV, and social networks for local news audiences. 79 percent of the United States population that's online now relies upon the 'Net for most key local subjects. But perhaps the most interesting section of the report is a list of the five local topics for which the online landscape is "the most relied upon source." Here they are: Bars, restaurants and clubs: The survey was taken from January 12 through 25 and queried 2,251 adults (18+) on cell phones and landlines. About half (55 percent) of the respondents reached by Pew/Knight said that they periodically get updates on the best watering holes and eateries online. "Those who seek such information are disproportionately female, age 18-39, college-educated, urban or suburban, and Internet users," the report notes. Read the comments on this post
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