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Enjoy behind-the-scenes access, invitations to member receptions, and more! Enjoy all regular member benefits, plus a limited-edition water bottle and special recognition! Younger voters tend to be not just consumers of news but conduits as well, sending out links and videos to friends. Speeches by Senator Barack Obama have become online hits. Internet Explorer 9 or earlier. Go to the home page to see the latest top stories. More articles about the State of the Union address.

But on the medium it was made for, the Internet, the video caught fire. More information about Google Inc. It has been viewed more than 1. But that is only the beginning of how they process information. According to interviews and recent surveys, younger voters tend to be not just consumers of news and current events but conduits as well — sending out e-mailed links and videos to friends and their social networks.

And in turn, they rely on friends and online connections for news to come to them. There are lots of times where I’ll read an interesting story online and send the U. Lauren Wolfe, 25, the president of College Democrats of America. I’d rather read an e-mail from a friend with an attached story than search through a newspaper to find the story.

In one sense, this social filter is simply a technological version of the oldest tool in politics: word of mouth. If the news is that important, it will find me. A December survey by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press looked broadly at how media were being consumed this campaign. In the most striking finding, half of respondents over the age of 50 and 39 percent of 30- to 49-year-olds reported watching local television news regularly for campaign news, while only 25 percent of people under 30 said they did. Fully two-thirds of Web users under 30 say they use social networking sites, while fewer than 20 percent of older users do.