3 in 10
Americans who say they get one-sided news from friends and family online also say they are OK with it

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: By contrast, 69 percent of people who say they get one-sided news from friends and family online would rather get a mix of views.
Reference: For more information, read the 2016 Pew Research Center analysis, "The Modern News Consumer: Trust and Accuracy." "The Modern News Consumer: Trust and Accuracy."

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