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44% Of Online-Americans Have Read Political Blogs.
The Wall Street Journal released the results of a survey about blog readership:
Two-fifths of Americans who are online have read a political blog, and more than a quarter read them once a month or more, according to a recent Harris Interactive poll.
Some other interesting tidbits:
1. Men have read political blogs more than women, to the tune of 48% - 40%.
2. Twice as many men read blogs on a daily basis (but, at 6% - 3%, it is difficult to really make that statement authoritatively).
3. Somewhat predictably, among those with a high school education or less, two-thirds have never read political blogs. College graduates, meanwhile, read blogs far more often.
The most significant aspect of the survey is that it reveals the yet-to-be-achieved growth potential of blogs. Blogging is still in its infancy; there is incredible room to grow. There is also a mad scramble for all those new readers out there, a competition between and among blogs to establish their blogging brand. Eventually, in addition to the so-called "mainstream media" (or MSM), we may be talking about the MSB (mainstream bloggers).
In the meantime, the mad dash for loyal readers is on.
Posted by Will Franklin · 13 April 2005 12:59 PM
Do you think men have read more political blogs than I have? It is rather interesting because when I speak to some of me female friends they are rather clueless! I can't stomach the main stream media. I am so glad I have found WILLisms.com! I also get my news from Townhall.com:Conservative! It is one that I believe Willisms.com made me aware of...Of course WILLisms.com is still my favorite blog of all.
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