29%

of Americans who are highly active in their local community say they have paid for local news in the past year

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: That is almost twice the rate of those who are somewhat active (14%) and about five times the rate of those who are inactive in their community (6%). "Highly active" refers to those who have participated in a political event in the past year or are currently active in or a member of a group or organization in their community.
Reference: For more information, read the 2019 Pew Research Center analysis, "Who Pays for Local News in the U.S.?" "Who Pays for Local News in the U.S.?"

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