Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Wearing Electronic Labels

According to 2008 Statistics on American Politics on Facebook, it appears that relative and yet oppositional labels like "liberal" and "conservative" are more meaningful to members of the electorate who use social networking sites than information that indicates their actual party affiliation. It was also interesting to read about geographical "Facebook penetration" and the fact that California's potential voters are much less likely to be connected to the social networking site than those of Washington D.C.

(Thanks to Mark Bell for the link!)


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