Analyzes the use of the Internet to seek, receive, or share election news in 2008 by demographics, preferred candidate, and political engagement. Examines trends in news sources, online content, customization, and technologies and social media used.
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Title: The Internet's Role in Campaign 2008
Publication date 2009-04-15
Publication Year 2009
Pew Internet & American Life Project
North America / United States
, american life
, research specialist
, election survey
, story online
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