Report | Mar 6, 2005
The Internet and Campaign 2004

75 million Americans used the internet in the last campaign to get political news and information, discuss candidates and debate issues in emails, or participate directly in the political process by volunteering or giving contributions to candidates....

Report | Feb 3, 2005
Religion and the 2004 Election: A Post-Election Analysis

The close 2004 presidential election produced increased polarization between and within religious communities, according to a new poll conducted by The University of Akron’s Bliss Institute of Applied Politics. The Fourth National Survey of Religion and Politics, sponsored by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, was conducted in November and December 2004. Titled […]

Report | Jan 24, 2005
Political documentaries in 2004

"Fahrenheit 9-11" had broad political reach: 31% of adult Americans saw a political documentary last year

Report | Jan 17, 2005
Email and the 2004 Campaign

One in ten internet users signed up for political newsletters and news alerts during campaign 2004.

Report | Dec 20, 2004
Public Opinion Little Changed by Presidential Election

Summary of Findings Six weeks after President Bush’s victory, the divisions that were so apparent in the election show no signs of narrowing. The public remains split over the president’s job performance, the situation in Iraq, and the state of the national economy. But Bush voters are upbeat on all three questions ­ 92% approve […]

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