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Quarter of Young Online British Posted Election Commentary

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, May 7 2010

A YouGov survey of the British public commissioned by the phone company Orange has found that nearly a quarter of online respondents ages 18-to-24 (note the important qualifier) reported having commented on the election ... Read More

Surveying the UK's Election Day

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, May 6 2010

It's finally election day in the UK. This has been a rather frantic race, full of twists and turns. And as we ride this thing out -- unless we figure out a better way to do it -- we'll be posting quick hits today ... Read More

Street Fighter, Downing Street Edition

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, May 5 2010

Caught up in these last few tense hours of the UK election, and need a way to blow off some steam? You could do worse than playing a few rounds of "Downing Street Fighter." It's actually well done, and some ... Read More

Rospars: The Failure of Britain's Post-Obama "Internet Election"

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, May 4 2010

In a piece for the Guardian, Joe Rospars, the Obama campaign's web director, makes the case that the British election has fallen fall short of any standard or ideal set by the 2008 election in the U.S. on the Internet ... Read More