More than a quarter of American adults - 26% - used their cell phones to learn about or participate in the 2010 mid-term election campaign.
Senior Research Specialist Aaron Smith discussed the Pew Internet Project’s findings related to e-government at Digital Government Institute's annual conference.
The internet gives citizens new paths to government services and information.
The latest in a series of reports about the Millennial Generation, from Pew Social and Demo...
Aaron Smith discusses the role the Internet plays in opening civic and political debate to historically underrepresented groups.
Just as in offline politics, the well-off and well-educated are especially likely to participate in online activities that mirror offline forms of engagement. But there are hints that social media may alter this pattern.
A majority of American adults went online in 2008 to keep informed about political developments and to get involved with the election.
Yesterday's inauguration was the first to be fully digitized, annotated and archived online.
Ars Technica has a great write-up of our recent Voter Engagement report.
Fully 46% of all Obama voters expect to hear directly from Barack Obama or other officials affiliated with the new administration at least occasionally over the next year, and 15% of Obama voters expect to hear from the new administration on at least...