Some 60% of Americans tablet users under the age of 40 prefer a traditional, “print-like” news reading experience on their tablet as opposed to one full of interactive components, according to new research from the Pew Research Center and The Economist.

This percentage was – perhaps surprisingly – even higher than the 57% of over 40s who expressed a preference for a “print-like” experience in the same poll (via Mashable).

The study also found that 43% of male tablet owners and 41% of male smartphone owners read news daily on their devices, compared to 32% of female tablet owners and 30% of female smartphone owners.