Online Politics Articles

Online Presidential Performance Index Launched
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Spartan Internet Consulting Corporation said it is releasing an Internet political performance index for the 2008 Presidential election.

The Online Political Influence

Social networking, blog and political party Web sites have less sway over voter’s opinion than recent buzz would suggest. Seventy-two percent of voters said that the mainstream media such as newspapers and magazines are their main source for political information, according to a survey by Nucleus Research and KnowledgeStorm.

Presidential Candidates Missing Online Audience

All of the major presidential candidates have an online presence, but their current online strategies are not reaching 42 percent of voters who use the Internet for information about politics, according to a study from iCrossing "How America Searches: Election 2008."

Pundits Want Presidential Debates On YouTube
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Some of the most influential pundits on both sides of the political stage are petitioning the Republican and Democratic National Conventions (RNC and DNC) to ensure all Presidential debate video be licensed under Creative Commons, making it legal to share debate video footage online.