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brooklynite

(93,262 posts)
Wed Nov 23, 2016, 11:22 PM Nov 2016

Who actually has a newspaper subscription? [View all]

Post-election, subscriptions to the NYT and WP have skyrocketed as a means of supporting an independent media. Conversely, I've encountered people here who insist that "information should be free". Where do you fit in?

(as for me, I've had a paper subscription to the Times since college, I have digital subscriptions to the NY Daily News and Washington Post, and I periodically buy a temporary subscription to The Guardian.


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I have a paper subscription to a daily newspaper
7 (41%)
I have a digital subscription to a daily newspaper
6 (35%)
I'd like to have a subscription to a daily newspaper but can't afford one
0 (0%)
I don't believe in paying for news
1 (6%)
Other
3 (18%)
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