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Plan your #DefundHate media outreach

 

Our messaging can be adapted for a wide variety of materials to engage the media and highlight our arguments in national conversations around immigration. But in order to reach your audience, you need to find out where they get their news. 

This table shows how different audiences’ media consumption compares to all respondents’ media consumption. Use it to plan your media outreach. Below we share data on key demographics and states. For more information or details on additional demographics or states, contact AFSC's Beth Hallowell or Layne Mullett.

 When asked to list their top two news sources: 

News Source 

All respondents 

Progressive audience 

Moderates 

Young people 

(18-34) 

Gender 

Race/ 

ethnicity 

Southern border states 

F 

M 

POC 

White 

Local television news 

44% 

33% 

45% 

24% 

46% 

41% 

40% 

 

45% 

36% 

National network news (such as ABC, CBS, or NBC) 

40% 

40% 

43% 

33% 

41% 

38% 

35% 

42% 

37% 

Cable networks (such as CNN, Fox News, or MSNBC) 

37% 

43% 

36% 

30% 

34% 

41% 

37% 

37% 

41% 

Social media (such as Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram) 

26% 

30% 

23% 

51% 

27% 

24% 

31% 

23% 

23% 

National print newspapers or national news websites (such as CNN.com, FoxNews.com, or NYTimes.com) 

17% 

27% 

16% 

22% 

16% 

19% 

23% 

15% 

24% 

Local print newspapers or local news websites 

15% 

7% 

17% 

10% 

16% 

13% 

11% 

16% 

11% 

Radio news and talk radio 

13% 

12% 

11% 

15% 

12% 

14% 

13% 

13% 

14% 

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