According to a recent poll from Pew Research Center, a whopping 64% of Americans believe that print editions of newspapers will be nonexistent by 2050.
The poll question — which focused mainly on the role of paper in the near future and less on the status of new media — was asked in conjunction with other questions about American's predictions of a "paperless future."
In response to other poll questions, 63% of participants said they thought electronic transactions would completely replace paper money within the next 40 years, and 61% voted that "almost no one will send personal letters in the mail."
Pew reported that the college-educated demographic was "especially likely" to predict the swift downfall of print media.
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