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Trial and Error

Making Liberal Use of Online Video

October 27, 2008 10:03 AM

Liberal Democrats have watched nearly twice as much video related to the presidential campaign as conservative Republicans have, according to a Pew study released last week.

The study found that 6 in 10 liberal Democrats had watched online video related to the election, compared with 33% of conservative Republicans.

Overall, about 39% of voters have watched some form of online video related to the election. That includes debates, interviews, speeches and commercials, Pew said.

What do you think of Pew’s findings? Do they stack up with your experience? What videos are you watching?


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