Washington runs on information—but what information? And how is it consumed?
Our 2017 Washington in the Information Age study has the answers. Join us as we review the research, based on the media consumption habits of more than 1,100 D.C. insiders.
Highlights from this year’s study include:
- The impact of “fake news” on Washington insiders’ confidence in their go-to sources
- Perceptions of media trustworthiness compared to previous years
- How information resources help shape insiders’ views on policy issues
- Usage of social media platforms by Hill staffers and Federal executives
- Changes in preferred media brands on both sides of the aisle