Infographic: How Americans Used Social Media & Mobile Devices for Politics in 2012 by Colin Delany

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Infographic:  How Americans Used Social Media & Mobile Devices for Politics in 2012 by Colin Delany

Our friends at the Pew Internet and American Life have put together a handy new infographic that covers much of their recent data on how we’re using digital technology in politics. What percentage of Twitter users are liberal? The answer might surprise you — as might the percentage of people who say that they’ve donated to a political campaign through a mobile phone.

I’ve reprinted the graphic below the break; thanks to Shaun Dakin for pointing it out.

 

Infographic on Digital Politics in the U.S.

 

originally posted on epolitics

Colin Delany is founder and chief editor of Epolitics.com, a site that focuses on the tools and tactics of Internet politics and online political advocacy. Epolitics.com received the Golden Dot Award as “Best Blog – National Politics” at the 2007 Politics Online Conference, and Delany was a part of DC Fox affiliate WTTG-25′s live coverage of the 2008 presidential election results. Delany also wrote the e-books Learning from Obama: Lessons for Online Communicators in 2009 and Beyond,How Candidates Can Use the Internet to Win in 2010, and Online Politics 101: The Tools and Tactics of Online Political Advocacy, together downloaded from Epolitics.com over 60,000 times.

www.epolitics.com  – 202-422-4682  email –  cpd@epolitics.com

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