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Newspapers Engage the Millennial Generation
Millennials, or those between the ages of 18-34, make up the largest population cohort the U.S. has ever seen. Representing about 20% of Indiana’s population, they account for 21% of all discretionary consumer spending. Newspapers make it easy for savvy retailers to connect with these valuable consumers.
83% of Indiana adults, age 18-34, read a print or digital daily or Sunday newspaper each week.
71% of millennials access a newspaper website each month.
Nearly half (47%) of newspapers' mobile exclusive audience is in the 18-34 age group.
Newspapers are the number one source for coupons and deals for millennials.
75% of millennials respond to advertisements in print newspapers.
Millennials trust newspapers more than they trust other sources of information.
SOURCES: American Opinion Research; NAA SenseMaker Report; NAA How America Shops and Spends 2013; Valassis Purse String Survey 2013; 2013 Nielsen National Cross-Media Engagement Study.
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