20%

of Americans say they often get news from local radio stations

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: Smaller shares rely on less traditional sources for their news, such as online forums or discussion groups (12%), local organizations such as school groups or churches (8%), and community newsletters or listservs (8%).

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