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  •  primary voters and caucus attendees (0+ / 0-)

    have 'em - unless someone goes out and does real outreach this primary and caucus season is going to be determined bythe economically secure, who tend to have computer access in today's America.

    •  Not very accurate. (0+ / 0-)

      A significant amount of Caucus-goers do not have computers and/or the Internet, beyond that, an even larger number are limited in their "on-line engagement" many of them only using the internet to visit candidate websites and basic news/entertainment (espn, cnn.com, etc).

      The caucus population, similar to the voting population is typically older and less techno-savvy than say...your average dailykos reader.

      Not that there aren't very techno-savvy people among the caucus population, but they are the exception more than the rule.

      I'm working in Northwest Iowa, and this is my perspective from here where the population is far more rural than urban.

      That said...I have found some caucus goers (and voters in other campaigns) who have more seniority on the planet and are ultra-tech savvy, often dailykos readers, like Momster, who is by the way, quite fantastic.

      I am proud to work for Chris Dodd

      by mp on Wed Nov 28, 2007 at 12:49:10 PM PST

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