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April 22, 2009updated 19 Aug 2016 10:06am

Is Labour better at Web 2.0 than we thought?

While I have expressed some concern that Labour is not doing as much with Web 2.0 social networking tools as it could, a new poll conducted on Twitter itself has found that they're not doing too badly as far as Twitterers are concerned.A

By Jason Stamper Blog

While I have expressed some concern that Labour is not doing as much with Web 2.0 social networking tools as it could, a new poll conducted on Twitter itself has found that they’re not doing too badly as far as Twitterers are concerned.

A TweetMinster poll of almost 1,000 users of the service found that Labour was the most popular party, followed by the Liberal Democrats with 27% of the vote and Conservative with 20%. Click here for more.

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