Fusion and NeimanLab each have new polls out about how millennials — people born between the early 1980s to the early 2000s — consume news.
According to the Fusion poll of likely millennial voters, 30 percent get their political news from TV, while only 12 percent favor social media for political news. Only 14 percent of millennials will actually Google a topic and ten percent rely on asking friends and family when it comes to seeking political news.
NiemanLab collected data geared for millennials and reports that CNN.com is the favorite website for news and information of millennial voters, with 21 percent saying they visit it the most often. Ten percent of millennials surveyed favored Fox News. Meanwhile, Vice, BuzzFeed and Slate are the news sites with the highest percentage of millennial visitors. 54.3 percent of Vice’s unique visitors are millennials, while only 32.7 percent of CNN’s visitors can make that claim.