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AirAmFan Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-11-04 04:23 PM
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Market research says F911 audiences crave info on 'issues and candidates'. Who
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will supply that info? Is there already a website that would meet the information needs of less politically sophisticated F911 viewers? Does the F911 audience know about it?


Credible market research by a psychology professor and Fortune 500 consultant has found that more than 70 percent of those who've seen "Fahrenheit 911" agree with the following statement:

"As a result of seeing Fahrenheit 911, I am more likely to seek out additional information on the issues and candidates.

(See and Willy T's thread at .)

Ideally, the film itself would drive traffic to websites with information on issues and candidates. Ideally also there would be one VERY SIMPLE website so geared to the specific interests and needs of F911 viewers that millions will want to get there, and they will find what they are looking for there.

I have three questions:

(1) Does such a website already exist?

(2) If not, what should such a website include?

The same market research shows that items on the list for (2) ought to include SIMPLIFIED voter registration information and contact info for help in voting in all 50 states and in the military here and overseas. HALF of those who'd seen F911 said,

"As a result of seeing Fahrenheit 911 I am more likely to vote in the next presidential election "

(3) Are people already working on reaching those who've seen F911 and enabling them to be more politically active? Are they using available market research results wisely?
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