Relatively Few Americans Live in Partisan Media Bubble, but They’re Influential

New research shows that the great majority of people learn about political news from mainstream, relatively centrist media sources, not ideological websites or cable channels. However, relatively small numbers of partisans, especially Republicans, are heavy consumers of a highly polarized media diet.

This, then, is the paradox of echo chambers: Few of us live in them, but those who do exercise disproportionate influence over our political system.

Source: Relatively Few Americans Live in Partisan Media Bubble, but They’re Influential – The New York Times