Our most recent poll question was: In what form do you primarily read this newspaper?
Results from the Gallipolis Daily Tribune were (with 59 total votes):
Online via computer (free version) — 69 percent
Printed newspaper — 15 percent
Android Phone — 12 percent
iPhone — 3 percent
Online via computer (paid e-Edition version) — 0 percent
Results from The Daily Sentinel were (with 81 total votes):
Online via computer (free version) — 75 percent
Printed newspaper — 11 percent
Android Phone — 9 percent
iPhone — 2 percent
Online via computer (paid e-Edition version) — 2 percent
Results from the Point Pleasant Register were (with 39 total votes):
Online via computer (free version) — 68 percent
Printed newspaper — 18 percent
Online via computer (paid e-Edition version) — 8 percent
iPhone — 5 percent
Android Phone — 3 percent
Go to www.mydailytribune.com, www.mydailyregister.com and www.mydailysentinel.com to vote on the following poll question:
Faced with billions of dollars in losses, the Postal Service announced this week that it would seek to stop Saturday delivery of letters, a sweeping change in mail delivery that immediately drew criticism from postal unions, some businesses and lawmakers.
The post office said a five-day mail delivery schedule would begin in August and shave about $2 billion a year from its losses, which were $15.9 billion last year. The Postal Service would continue to deliver packages six days a week, and post offices would still be open on Saturdays. Reducing Saturday delivery is in line with mail services in several other industrialized countries like Australia, Canada and Sweden, which deliver five days a week.
Do you support dropping Saturday delivery?
• Yes, if it saves money
• They should drop more days
• This will hurt my business