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Knuth and Leija, who voted for Hillary Clinton for president, read the New York Times.“I have the app (for the New York Times) on my phone,” Knuth said. Herbon, Knuth and Leija were all born in Michigan, are college educated, own beautiful homes and have upper-middle class incomes. One aspect of their lives that divides them: their sources of news.
But the yawning gap between the media sources of these three voracious news consumers makes it difficult for them to find common ground.
From 1-3 p.m., he switches stations to hear Rush Limbaugh.
Several times a day, he’ll fire up his desktop computer and read the latest news on the Drudge Report, the conservative news aggregation website that gets more than 25 million pageviews a day.
Each morning when his wife leaves to work out at the gym, Tom Herbon turns on the radio in his basement wood shop.
For much of the day as he works around his home in Troy, north of Detroit, Herbon listens to WDTK 101.5 FM, “The Patriot,” a conservative talk radio station featuring commentators including Sean Hannity and Mike Gallagher.