A Special Report on the Use of Social Media for Public and Political Discourse

As more people go online everyday they are defining the issues we discuss and making their voices heard. In doing so they may be re-shaping politics, journalism and the very nature of our society. To help evolve our understanding in this area, Ipsos Public Affairs is tracking online behavior and use of online sites and social media as it relates to discussion about public policy, social and political issues. The data in this report was generated using our monthly Ipsos Global @dvisor survey, which covers 24 countries around the world.

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A Special Report on the Use of Social Media for Public and Political Discourse

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