This report from The Engaging News Project and the American Press Institute and funded by the Democracy Fund reveals some very interesting news reading habits among audiences in the run-up to the 2016 general election. Some key findings: Articles about corruption garnered the most page views and social referrals during the 2016 election, and articles mentioning issues and strategy received fewer page views and referrals than those that did not. Plus, economic topics like jobs and trade were not prominent on the local news agenda, despite their role in animating many of the voters who supported Donald Trump in the presidential election.Read more
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