Poll: How Will You Get U.S. Election Results?

    by Mark Glaser
    November 2, 2012
    How will you find out who the winners will be in the U.S. election?

    Who can pay attention to one form of media anymore? Sit and watch TV without a mobile device in your lap? Unthinkable. Watch a presidential debate without Twitter? No way. Every big live event seems to be better with a back channel to discuss with friends and strangers online. So what’s your plan for Election Day? Will you watch the results on TV with friends? Listen on the radio? Follow social media like Twitter and Facebook? Vote in our poll (you can obviously pick multiple entries), and explain your process in the comments below.

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