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Communiqués de presse oct. 17, 2008 | Share

comScore MMX Ranks Top 50 U.S. Web Properties for September 2008

RESTON, VA, October 17, 2008 – comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today released its monthly analysis of U.S. consumer activity at the top online properties for September 2008 based on data from the comScore MMX service. The tumultuous financial markets and the upcoming presidential elections were the main drivers of Internet traffic for the... En savoir plus

Communiqués de presse sept. 4, 2008 | Share

Obama Expands Lead on McCain in Online Advertising Battle in June, According to comScore Ad Metrix

RESTON, VA, September 4, 2008 – comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today released a study of the online performance of the campaigns for Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain in their quests for the U.S. presidency. The study, which evaluated site visitation, video viewing behavior, searches on the candidates’ names, and display advertising efforts... En savoir plus

Blog fév. 14, 2008 | Share

The Internet is a Gamechanger in the 2008 Presidential Race

Like many of you, I’ve been following the 2008 presidential primary season with great interest. And while the first non-incumbent election in decades has made the early races even more intriguing than usual, it’s especially exciting for me to see the very important role the Internet has played in shaping the course of the primaries. En savoir plus

Communiqués de presse oct. 18, 2007 | Share

comScore MMX Releases Top 50 Web Rankings for September

RESTON, VA, October 18, 2007 –comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today released its monthly analysis of U.S. consumer activity at top online properties for September 2007 from its comScore MMX service. Political sites gained as political controversies grabbed headlines and the 2008 presidential campaigns kicked into high gear. Sports sites grew... En savoir plus

Communiqués de presse avr. 5, 2007 | Share

BarackObama.com Most Popular Among Younger and African-American Audiences; HillaryClinton.com Attracts Visitors from Higher-Income Households

RESTON, VA, April 5, 2007 – comScore today released the results of a study on visitation to the Web sites of top 2008 Democratic presidential contenders Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and Senator Barack Obama (D-IL). The study revealed several interesting differences between the visitor bases to their respective campaign Web sites, giving some insight... En savoir plus

Communiqués de presse nov. 15, 2004 | Share

25 Million Americans Visited Politics Sites in the Final Month of the Presidential Race

RESTON, Va., Nov. 15, 2004 – comScore MMX today released its monthly analysis of online consumer behavior, reporting that more than 25 million Americans – roughly one out of every six Internet users – visited the Politics category in October 2004. With each of the candidates’ Web sites earning the number one spot in three of the last... En savoir plus

Communiqués de presse nov. 2, 2004 | Share

Media Alert: Traffic to Campaign Sites Skyrockets on Election Eve

RESTON, Va., Nov. 2, 2004 – comScore Networks today released an overnight analysis of Web visitation related to today’s election. The analysis found that both Senator Kerry and President Bush’s campaign web sites saw dramatic traffic increases yesterday (Monday, November 1). En savoir plus

Communiqués de presse oct. 25, 2004 | Share

New Poll Shows Women’s Vote Critical in Final Days

RESTON, Va., Oct. 25, 2004 – A poll conducted by comScore Networks, Inc. has determined that President George W. Bush holds a narrow 1.7% lead among women voters nationwide. Yet Senator John Kerry holds a slim lead in two of three key battleground states. Kerry leads among women voters in Florida (50.0% to 45.5%) and Pennsylvania (50.0% to 44.0%),... En savoir plus

Communiqués de presse oct. 21, 2004 | Share

MEDIA ADVISORY: The Race for the Women’s Vote Too Close to Call

What: Release of a new poll of American women regarding 2004 election voting plans, opinions of the candidate’s wives, and other key issues and attitudes affecting the election. The poll was conducted by comScore Networks, a leading market research and polling firm, between October 16 and 20th. Results include breakouts by martial status and three... En savoir plus