A new report today from Ipsos Mendelsohn suggests that those earning more than $100k in the U.S. have been spending the same time reading print media this year as they did five years ago. The richer you are, the more time you seem to have to read.
Which is not to suggest they're Luddites. The report, previewed in AdAge, notes their online time has grown to more than 22 hours weekly from about 11 five years ago. Their print consumption has remained steady at about 15 hours.