This infographic by AdAge takes a look at the online activity for 2012 presidential election campaign.
70% of likely voters claimed in June to have watched live TV in the previous week.
A new study of how the campaigns are using digital tools to talk directly with voters-bypassing the filter of traditional media-finds that the Obama campaign posted nearly four times as much content as the Romney campaign and was active on nearly twice as many platforms.
Two-thirds of Americans believe it is better for both members of a household to work in paying jobs.
Online Sources For Political Information, By Generation [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com Overall, news websites were the most commonly tapped resource for those looking for political information online; 47.7% of likely voters used them. But news sites were especially important among those ages 55 or older, with 53% of respondents from this group relying on […]
Primary Source Of Political Information, By Gender [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com This change makes sense in the context of the results of an April 2012 online survey of US online adults conducted by Burst Media. The poll found that 27.7% of likely voters got their information about candidates and causes primarily on the internet, […]
US Political Ad Spending By Media, 2008 & 2012 [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com Research firm Borrell Associates in March estimated that US political ad spending on the internet would total $159.2 million this year, thanks to all of the attention being paid to the presidential race. While that figure represents only 1.5% of total […]
Cost-Per-Lead For Mobile Political Sign-Up Ads, By Swing State [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com Pontiflex, a provider of sign-up ads—including in-app ads that appear on load screens or during other wait periods and ask viewers if they would like to sign up to receive more information from marketers—released information in May indicating that the cost […]
Online Political Advertising, 2012 [INFOGRAPHIC]Rate this post via mashable.com
Technographics Of Romney & Obama Supporters, By Generation [CHART]Rate this post via marketingcharts.com President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney show varying audience patterns when comparing the composition of their website and social media visitors, finds comScore [download page] in an April 2012 report. President Obama’s website visitors skew older in general than his […]