The 2008 Vote: Why MySpace Matters

Users of the No. 1 social network show they're much more likely to engage with Presidential candidates on the Web than online adults overall

The MySpace generation is politically engaged, gets a lot of political information online, and is concerned about the war on terror. Users of the popular Web site for socialization will be out in force in the 2008 Presidential elections. Those are among the findings in a survey of users of News Corp.'s (NWS) MySpace, the world's largest social network.

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