One in five general election voters in 2004 reported that they cast their ballots before Election Day, the University of Pennsylvania’s National Annenberg Election Survey shows. That was substantially more than in 2000. Voters were asked whether they cast their ballots on Election Day, or if they had voted before then. Twenty percent of voters
Over $404 million was spent on broadcast and print issue advocacy during the 108th Congress, with business interests outspending citizen-based advocacy groups by more than five to one. APPC’s report, Legislative Issue Advertising in the 108th Congress, addresses these findings and many more.
Increase Highest Among Young Men in School Card Players Also Likely to Gamble on Internet Greater Risks for Gambling Problems Seen if Trend Persists Card playing for money has risen among male youth ages 14 to 22, according to the National Annenberg Risk Survey of Youth (NARSY) conducted in 2003 and again in 2004. The