Some findings: 46% of Americans talked face-to-face with neighbors about community issues 21% discussed community issues over the telephone 11% read a blog dealing with community issues 9% exchanged emails with neighbors about community issues and 5% say they belong to a community email listserv 4% communicated with neighbors by text messaging on cell phones 4% joined a social network site group connected to community issues 2% followed neighbors using Twitter Read more at pewinternet.org http://bit.ly/9PqKTN
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physical personal encounters remain the primary way people stay informed about community issues : Pew Study
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