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Jan. 22, 2013, 5:28 p.m.

According to a new study from Pew, 80 percent of Americans call the ability to borrow books a “very important” service of libraries; 80 percent cited reference librarians and 77 percent cited the computer and Internet access. Also: 31 percent of people who go to libraries do so to read or check out newspapers or magazines.

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