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Nov 2, 2012Aaron Smith, Maeve Duggan
55% of registered voters have watched political videos online this election season, and 52% have had others recommend political videos for them to watch online
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Mainstream audiences have embraced online video viewing and many video viewers have contributed to the viral and social nature of online video.
Feb 15, 2006Deborah Fallows
About 40 million Americans were browsing the web just for fun or to pass the time on a typical day in December 2005.
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Jun 20, 2005Lee Rainie
One out of six American adult internet users (16%) have gone online to view another person or a place via a web cam.
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Mar 23, 2005Mary Madden, Lee Rainie
About 36 million Americans—or 27% of internet users—say they download either music or video files and about half of them have found ways outside of traditional peer-to-peer networks or paid online services to swap their files.
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Paul Roberts, ITWorld.com
Mar 23, 2005
"Recording industry lawsuits against file swappers and P-to-P (peer-to-peer) software companies may be forcing Internet users onto informal networks to exchange songs and videos, according to a new study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project....
Feb 18, 2005Paul Hitlin
More and more people are streaming clips online thanks to broadband.
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Dec 29, 2004Lee Rainie
54 million U.S. internet users have used the internet to take a virtual tour of another locale.
Seth Schiesel, The New York Times
Nov 24, 2003
Data on the trend is hard to come by, but in a report released yesterday, the Pew Internet and American Life Project, a nonprofit research group, estimated that 2 percent of Americans have canceled traditional phone service in favor of a cellphone an...
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Yuki Noguchi, The Washington Post
The tech elite, by comparison, consisted mostly of mid-thirtysomethings who spend an average of $169 a month on information goods. People in their early twenties are also leaders in designing online content, participating in online groups, and downlo...
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Howard Wolinsky, Chicago Sun-Times
A study based on a national survey and to be released today by the Pew Internet and American Life Project concludes, "Although these ardent technophiles are a minority of the population, their trend-setting ways often ripple widely in society."
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Amy Harmon, The New York Times
Sep 9, 2003
A recent study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project found that 67 percent of people downloading music did not care whether or not it was copyrighted.
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The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.