Published Online: October 8, 2004
Published in Print: October 6, 2004, as Newspaper Reading

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Newspaper Reading

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Adults are more likely to read newspapers if they were exposed to them in school, says a study released last week by the Vienna, Va.-based Newspaper Association of America Foundation.

The report says that 62 percent of young adults who had a high level of exposure to newspapers in school now read a daily newspaper regularly. Among those young adults who had low, or no, newspaper exposure while in school, only 38 percent are regular newspaper readers.

Vol. 24, Issue 06, Page 13

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