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  1. UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain

    This may help explain why none of the 11 organizations that released polls in advance of UK Election 2010 nailed the actual results: Conservatives 36.9 percent, Labour 29.7 percent, and Liberal Democrats 23.6 percent.

  2. UK Election 2010: What's So Bad About a Hung Parliament?

    The most popular LibDem video with 22,023 views is Liberal Democrats: Say goodbye to broken promises. Labour and Liberal Democrats are tied with 28.0 percent, roughly were they were a week earlier. Finally, the Liberal Democrats' Facebook fans...

  3. UK Election 2010: Have We Just Experienced the First Real 'Twitter Moment'?‏

    Since last week's first British televised leaders' debate, the Liberal Democrats have jumped from 19.50 percent to 30.38 percent in the guardian.co.uk's General Election 2010: poll of polls. This is a response to today's all out assault by...

  4. Liberal Democrats' View: It Was Traditional Media That Did It

    Liberal Democrats Use Serious and Funny Videos in UK General Election With two more TV debates to come, the result of the general election is wide open -- as is the shape of the British political system given that the Liberal Democrats and their...

  5. UK Election 2010: Google Insights for Search Tracks Interest In Campaign

    A quarter of voters who watched the three leaders on the ITV programme say they will switch their vote, with most changing to the Liberal Democrats. Alastair Stewart of ITN hosted Prime Minister Gordon Brown of the Labour Party, Conservative Party...

  6. UK Election 2010: 'Least Well-Kept Secret of Recent Years'

    How do the approaches taken by Labour, the Conservatives, and the Liberal Democrats differ from what we've seen elsewhere? Finally, let's look at the Liberal Democrats official website. Parties race to harness new media (guardian.co.uk)

  7. UK Election 2010: Britain's First 'Social Media Election'

    Pack told Kaye about how the Liberal Democrats in the U.K.are using digital media in the current election. How do the approaches taken by Labour, the Conservatives, and the Liberal Democrats differ from what we've seen elsewhere?