Web to overtake printed press as source of EU information: Survey

A growing number of EU citizens say they use the Internet to get information about the European Union, while daily newspapers are significantly losing ground and television remains the primary source of EU news, a Union-wide poll reveals.Almost one in three EU citizens (30%) browse the Internet when they are looking for information about the EU, its policies and its institutions, according to figures extracted from national editions of the latest Standard Eurobarometer published by the European Commission in February.This represents an increase of two percentage points from 28% when a previous poll was conducted in 2007.

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