The Week in Polls: Number of Eligible Latino Voters Swells in 2012

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Keeping Up With the Times

Social media may soon edge out television as the leading source for where Americans get their news. In a Sept. 27 Pew poll of adults under 30, 33 percent of respondents said they read news or news headlines on a social networking site the previous day compared to television news (34 percent) or a print or digital newspaper (13 percent). 

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