Working with the Congressional Internet Caucus, 463 has helped pull together another fun, yet, hopefully insightful, Internet perception poll with Zogby International and is releasing the results tomorrow.
You remember that when we did our last Internet related poll with Zogby in December, we found that more than 80% viewed the average 12-year-old as smarter than their Congress person on the Internet. We also learned that there is great skepticism that the next Bill Gates will come from America.
This poll finds that 18-24-year olds feel remarkably different about the Internet and its implication than age groups older than them. For example: