By the Numbers, Part 8

By the Numbers, Part 8

Tracking politics as it's practiced on the Web.
Sept. 29 2000 11:30 PM

By the Numbers, Part 8

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Slate, the Industry Standard, and washingtonpost.com join forces to examine the effect of the Internet on Campaign 2000. 

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11. Number of links to Pat Buchanan's Web site from other sites: 1,960

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12. Most expensive item for sale at George W. Bush's online store: "W. 2000" silver cufflinks, $95 per pair

13. Most expensive item for sale at Al Gore's online store: XXLarge-XXXLarge Gore 2000 denim shirt, $48

14. Percentage of Americans online who are registered Republicans: 36.8

15. Percentage of Americans online who are registered Democrats: 27.9

16. Percentage of Americans online who are affiliated with other parties or are not registered with a party: 35.3

17. Web site with the largest percentage of registered Republican visitors: TheStreet.com, 45.3 percent

18. Web site with the largest percentage of registered Democratic visitors: Colonize.com, 37.2 percent

19. Percentage of total candidates (House, Senate, gubernatorial, and presidential) nationwide with Web sites: 56.6

20. Percentage of Republican candidates nationwide with Web sites: 71.9

21. Percentage of Democratic candidates nationwide with Web sites: 63.4

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