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According to the latest edition of the news consumption survey conducted biennially by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, 34% of those polled said they had gone online for news the previous day, while 31% said they had read a newspaper. That represents a reversal from 2008, when 29% of respondents had gotten news online the day before while 34% had read a newspaper. It’s the first time since Pew began asking people about the online news consumption that the Internet outpolled newspapers as a news source.