Obama takes the lead in the online video race during 2012 election

Obama campaign videoIt's hard to escape the amount of political ads related to the presidential election, coming to viewers not only via traditional TV set and social networking sites like Facebook, and increasingly via online video. According to a Pew Research study conducted in 2010, 31 percent of 2,257 viewers it monitored before and after the midterm elections, 31 percent watched political videos online, up from only 19 percent in 2006. In the online video race, Obama has beat Romney with the president's channel having 9.2 times more video views and 9.6 times more followers than Romney's channel. Read more

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