Despite some criticisms of the format, why are the major GOP candidates wary of the YouTube debates?
View a recap of Monday's presidential debate.
Statistics about the use of the internet for politics and e-government presented to the Personal Democracy Forum
Statistics and insights from Pew Internet Research about the role of the internet in politics and e-government activities.
Americans flocked in record numbers to their favorite media sources for political news last fall. In this report, fans of newspaper, TV and online news sites tell how and why they differ.
Twice as many Americans used the internet as their primary source of news about the 2006 campaign compared with the most recent mid-term election in 2002.
64% of registered voters received recorded telephone messages in the final stages of the 2006 mid-term election.
As we've seen during this election season, participating online can also motivate users to participate offline.
Is the internet the lever for direct democracy? Or is it a wedge for political polarization? An assessment of the first 10 years of online politics.
On a typical day in August, 26 million Americans were using the internet for news or information about politics and the upcoming mid-term elections.