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October 30, 2007
A recent survey by Zogby International provides some revealing insights into Internet attitudes.
Nearly one in four Americans say the Internet can serve as a substitute for a significant other!
The survey also reveals:
- More than half of Americans believe that Internet content such as video should be controlled in some way by the government.
- More than one in four Americans has a social networking profile such as MySpace or Facebook.
- More Democrats have a social networking presence than Republicans (32% to 22% ).
- Most Americans don’t think the Internet has had an effect on their spirituality. Ten percent said it made them closer to God, while 6% percent said it made them more distant.
Read more about the survey, HELLO, INTERNET, I’M HOME!.