The Pew Internet & American Life Project is releasing another of its ongoing reports tracking Americans’ use of the internet today. Among the findings:
More than 60 million people (31% of all Americans online) say they were online during the 2006 campaign to get information about candidates and/or exchange views via email. They call this growing group “campaign internet users.” This group trends young; wealthy; well-educated; and somewhat more white than of color (33% of white Americans vs 23% of blacks and Hispanics). More at Personal Democracy Forum.