October 10, 2012

Study: Political use of phones on the rise

Registered voters are increasingly using their cellphones for political information and activities, according to a Pew Center study released Tuesday, report The Hill.

quotemarksright.jpgThe study found that 27 percent of registered voters who own a cellphone have used it during the 2012 campaign to keep up with political news.

Among voters who use text messaging, 19 percent said they have sent messages about the campaign. Five percent said they have signed up to receive text messages from a candidate or political group, and 5 percent said they have received political messages they did not want.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read more. Pew Center study: The State of the 2012 Election Mobile Politics

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