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Campaign Radar 2004

Bloggers exercised their political muscle this election season, and BlogPulse captured that data behind the trends. Download key documents or browse the charts below for the intriguing findings and data from the 2004 Presidential election season.

Key Blog Data from Political Postings
Which political bloggers were cited the most in political postings? Which news sources and web sites were mentioned most frequently? Campaign Radar 2004’s technologies generated the following lists of key data from the 2004 political blogosphere.

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Campaign Radar 2004 Data Press Release


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Top Blogs Cited in Political Postings

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Top Media Sources Cited in Political Postings

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Top Web Sites Cited in Political Postings

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Bloggers’ Preferred Sources of Information

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Where Bloggers Rank in the News Hierarchy

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Key 2004 Campaign Issues and Key Events

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Presidential Campaign Buzz

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Vice Presidential Campaign Buzz

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Swift Boat Veterans’ Data

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CBS/Dan Rather Memogate Data

 

 

Top Blogs Cited in Political Postings


The Drudge Report, DailyKos and Instapundit were the top 3 blogs most-cited in political postings.

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Top Media Sources Cited in Political Postings


Bloggers link most frequently to the New York Times, Washington Post and Yahoo! News.

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Top Web Sites Cited in Political Postings


Web sites for the Kerry campaign, White House and Bush campaign received the most non-blog, non-media links.

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Bloggers’ Preferred Sources of Information


Media still dominates for news sources, with blogs and web sites grabbing nearly equal shares of the spoils.

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Where Bloggers Rank in the News Hierarchy


The blogosphere’s top 20 overall information sources included Kerry’s web site and three blogs .

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Key 2004 Campaign Issues and Key Events


Iraq and the economy remained top issues throughout the campaign, and blog buzz followed key campaign, domestic and world events.

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Presidential Campaign Buzz


Buzz spiked with convention and debate coverage, the Swift Boat Veterans campaign, even television appearances and segments.

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Vice Presidential Campaign Buzz


Predictable spikes mirrored the conventions, the debates and discussions of the Cheney’s gay daughter.

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Swift Boat Veterans’ Data


Bloggers kept the Swift Boat Veterans’ accusations alive several weeks before the Kerry campaign and mainstream media responded.

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CBS/Dan Rather Memogate Data


Powerlineblog and other blogs kept the CBS Memogate story alive in early-mid-September.

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