Survey: Internet broadens political views

10/28/2004 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

People who go online often tend to be more open-minded in their political views, according to a new survey. "We did find that the Internet not only encourages people to know both sides of issues, but even people stating a preference for John Kerry knew more about arguments in favor of George Bush," said John Horrigan, a senior researcher at the Pew Internet & American Life Project, which conducted the survey.

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