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Umbria Communications collects and analyzes postings from millions of weblogs to find out what is being discussed and who is engaging in discussion in the Blogosphere. In the following charts, Umbria examines the Blog Buzz from Election 2004. More about Umbria's analysis

This chart shows the total postings on the five topics receiving the most blog postings.
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This chart represents total blog postings about President George Bush and Senator John Kerry.
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This chart represents the number of individuals who are posting on a candidate who have not posted about that candidate for at least the previous 10 weeks.
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Don't get left behind. Check out some of the most popular political blogs on the Web.
Andrew Sullivan
Best of the Web Today
The Blogging of the President
BostonParty (official dem. convention blog)
Daily Kos
Democratic Party blog
The Daily Howler
The Drudge Report
George W. Bush (official campaign blog)
John Kerry (official campaign blog)
The National Debate
Political Animal
Real Clear Politics
Red State
Republican Party blog
Talking Points Memo

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