For any news source, it is crucial to understand the readership base and their opinions. From there, sources can evaluate and improve their content accordingly. These findings can reveal interesting information about the public and how it consumes media. The Lasso recently sent out reporters and conducted an online survey to learn about the readership of the Lasso. We gathered information from 189 people who read the Lasso, including students, parents, faculty, and community members. Here is what we found:
“Your stories are very interesting to read…It was awesome to read the different points of view that you get from the students! Keep up the amazing work!” – Caroline Poley, freshman.
I rarely read the Lasso because “I am very busy.” – Agnes Jagerskog, sophomore.
I rarely read the Lasso because “I do not know where the website is.” – Sonya Lu, junior.
“I think that the links on schoology are what makes students read it, otherwise I couldn’t see any student randomly looking up the Lasso in their free time.” – Emily Ives, freshman.