10 Things You Should Know About Election Tech Trends
How much do cell phone undercounts really matter? Who gets their political pointers on MySpace? And which political candidate has supporters text in their contact info? Some of the answers may surprise you.
by Roy Mark
Broadcast This: Campaign News is Devoured Online
The number: 48%
Americans who said the Internet was their primary source of their knowledge of the presidential candidates. Only 31% and 13% cited television and radio, respectively.
Nearly 67% of 18-29-year-olds cited the Internet as their primary source of news, compared with 29% of those 65 and older.
Source: Congressional Internet Advisory Caucus, conducted by Zogby International