The rest of the report painted a fairly bleak picture of the state of news media today: - Young people read less news than old people. Those who do read news get that news online much more frequently than old people who also read news. - More people get news from their phones than they used to — 72 percent of American adults in 2016 versus 54 percent in 2013. - The majority of Americans — roughly 75 percent — think news organizations are biased. - Facebook is still the dominant social platform when it comes to news consumption. Get the full story at Pew Research