6/12: Ranting, Raving, and Reflecting Online?

June 12, 2009 by  
Filed under Science & Tech, Tech Box, Tech Tidbits

How many Americans have branched out into the blogosphere?  Very few, according to a recent Marist Poll.  Here are a couple of the highlights.

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– Just 7% of U.S. residents have a blog or online journal.  93% do not.

– Americans under 45 years old are more than 4 times more likely than residents 45 or older to have a blog.

Table: Have a Blog or Online Journal

Marist Poll Methodology

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Comments

One Response to “6/12: Ranting, Raving, and Reflecting Online?”

  1. Sales Engineer on July 19th, 2009 11:04 am

    It isn’t necessary for many people to have blogs in order for the population to have places for dialogue. There was a time when writing to a newspaper was the way to express an opinion, blogging has a similar function but requires less time and effort.

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