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The new landscape for civics and politics         (especially in mobile)   Voting Information Technology Summit - GeekNetN...
Three digital revolutions and  their effects on civic and         political life
Digital Revolution 1Internet (78%) and Broadband at home (62%)                                  65%                       ...
Networked creators among internet users    (two-thirds of adults; three-quarters of teens)•   65% are social networking si...
Digital Revolution 2Social networking – 50% of all adults
SNS and the social/civic world• Social media users more tied to civic groups and  their internet use bonds them more deepl...
2008 vs. 2010 in social media politics2008: “Hey Dad, look at my profile on        BarackObama.com”              2010: “So...
How voters used social networking            sites and Twitter in 2010• 35% of social networking site users (21% of online...
Social media = “Faster and More Connected”   On the team   Insider info   Truthiness                                      ...
Digital Revolution 3   Mobile – 84%    Total U.S.         327.6    population:    315.5 million
35% own “smartphones”
Mobile internet connectors – 63% adults                       Wireless internet users7065                                 ...
The emergence of mobile     politics in 2010
26% of adults used     cell phones for   political purposes in           2010Internet and Politics   3/9/2011   15
Mobile politics - 26% of adults used cell     phones for political purposes in 2010•   14% used their cell phones to tell ...
No clear partisan splits—age is thedefining difference in mobile political                 use              Internet and P...
Landscape change - 1The contours   of civic  space for   groups
Landscape change - 2The contours    of civic information
What’s ahead in mobile
Expectation for … value of … real-time    info and just-in-time search
Tablet mania: Semi-post PC world
Deeper integration of mobile and social –   sharing/mindcasting/life logging
Next social apps: Freetexting, instant messaging, video              calling
Search for pix, videos:Facial, object, landscape recognition        http://blog.oxagile.com/tag/google-goggles/
Voice interface
Mobile device as wallet and  authenticator (NFC)
Rise of location services and     context awareness                  Fodor’s Personal                  Vacation Assistant
Augmented reality: Packing info into     real-world experiences
Big data: Feedback and analytics
Gamification
Questions to ponder: How do you          account for and address…•   Digital and civic divides? (the early    adopter prob...
Your map is wrong !!!
Thank you!
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Lee Rainie gave a keynote address about the new civic and political landscape to a summit sponsored by the Pew Voter Information Project for state election officials and technology executives who help them. More: http://pewinternet.org/Presentations/2011/Dec/GeekNetNYC.aspx

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    1. 1. The new landscape for civics and politics (especially in mobile) Voting Information Technology Summit - GeekNetNYC December 1, 2011 Lee Rainie: Director, Pew Internet Project Email: Lrainie@pewinternet.org Twitter: @Lrainie PewInternet.org
    2. 2. Three digital revolutions and their effects on civic and political life
    3. 3. Digital Revolution 1Internet (78%) and Broadband at home (62%) 65% 62%
    4. 4. Networked creators among internet users (two-thirds of adults; three-quarters of teens)• 65% are social networking site users• 55% share photos• 37% contribute rankings and ratings• 33% create content tags• 30% share personal creations• 26% post comments on sites and blogs• 15% have personal website• 15% are content remixers• 14% are bloggers• 13% use Twitter• 6% location services – 9% allow location awareness from social media – 23% maps etc.
    5. 5. Digital Revolution 2Social networking – 50% of all adults
    6. 6. SNS and the social/civic world• Social media users more tied to civic groups and their internet use bonds them more deeply to group activities• Social media users for politics/civics are more socio-economically diverse !!!• Facebook users more politically engaged – Political participation, voting, mobilizing friends• Facebook users more trusting• Facebook users have more close relationships• Facebook users get more social support• MySpace users more open to opposing views
    7. 7. 2008 vs. 2010 in social media politics2008: “Hey Dad, look at my profile on BarackObama.com” 2010: “Son, I need you to get off the computer so I can check for Facebook updates from the Tea Party Patriots” Internet and Politics 7
    8. 8. How voters used social networking sites and Twitter in 2010• 35% of social networking site users (21% of online adults) used these sites for political reasons in 2010 – Discover who friends voted for (18%) – Get campaign/candidate info (14%) – Post content related to campaign (13%) – Friend a candidate or other political group (11%) – Join a political group or cause (10%) – Start their own political group or cause (2%)• 28% of Twitter users (2% of online adults) used Twitter politically in 2010 – Get candidate/campaign info (16%) – Follow election results in real time (12%) – Follow a candidate or other political group (11%) – Include links to political content in their own tweets (9%) Internet and Politics 3/9/2011 8
    9. 9. Social media = “Faster and More Connected” On the team Insider info Truthiness 9
    10. 10. Digital Revolution 3 Mobile – 84% Total U.S. 327.6 population: 315.5 million
    11. 11. 35% own “smartphones”
    12. 12. Mobile internet connectors – 63% adults Wireless internet users7065 6360 5955 57 5450454035 3730 Nov-08 May-09 Nov-09 May-10 Nov-10 May-11
    13. 13. The emergence of mobile politics in 2010
    14. 14. 26% of adults used cell phones for political purposes in 2010Internet and Politics 3/9/2011 15
    15. 15. Mobile politics - 26% of adults used cell phones for political purposes in 2010• 14% used their cell phones to tell others that they voted• 12% used their cell phones to keep up with political news• 10% sent text messages relating to the election• 6% used their cells to let others know about conditions at their local voting stations on election day• 4% used their phones to monitor results on election night• 3% used their cells to shoot/share photos/videos about election• 1% used a cell-phone app that provided updates about election news• 1% contributed money by text message Internet and Politics 3/9/2011 16
    16. 16. No clear partisan splits—age is thedefining difference in mobile political use Internet and Politics 17
    17. 17. Landscape change - 1The contours of civic space for groups
    18. 18. Landscape change - 2The contours of civic information
    19. 19. What’s ahead in mobile
    20. 20. Expectation for … value of … real-time info and just-in-time search
    21. 21. Tablet mania: Semi-post PC world
    22. 22. Deeper integration of mobile and social – sharing/mindcasting/life logging
    23. 23. Next social apps: Freetexting, instant messaging, video calling
    24. 24. Search for pix, videos:Facial, object, landscape recognition http://blog.oxagile.com/tag/google-goggles/
    25. 25. Voice interface
    26. 26. Mobile device as wallet and authenticator (NFC)
    27. 27. Rise of location services and context awareness Fodor’s Personal Vacation Assistant
    28. 28. Augmented reality: Packing info into real-world experiences
    29. 29. Big data: Feedback and analytics
    30. 30. Gamification
    31. 31. Questions to ponder: How do you account for and address…• Digital and civic divides? (the early adopter problem)• Different audiences and needs on different platforms?• Differing attention spans?• Your “close-up” moments?• Privacy concerns and data breaches?
    32. 32. Your map is wrong !!!
    33. 33. Thank you!
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