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Overall, 39% of participants said they accessed news online the day before, up 10 percentage points from 2008. As news consumption through desktop browsers, mobile devices and social networks increases, print news sources continue to suffer. Less than a quarter said they read a print newspaper the day before, about half the number who did in 2000. Magazine readership has likewise declined, though at a softer rate: 18% said they read a magazine in print the day before, versus 26% in 2000. Book-reading has, at least, remained flat, but more Americans are now reading books through electronic or audio devices.