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October 16, 2009

Advocacy Groups Social Media Impact on Energy Debate

Last week, I outlined the differences between the structure of the network of bloggers discussing health care policy and those discussing energy policy.

The following maps showing the positioning of organizations within the network of bloggers focused on energy policy provides an interesting contrast to the maps included in last night's post on health policy.

The organizations (Sierra Club, American Wind Energy Association, League of Conservation Voters, and the US Chamber of Commerce) included were among those that were reported to be using the most social media tools.

While each of these groups shows strengths within different parts of the map, none of them are as concentrated within the political core as the organizations focused on health care.

Sierra

Awea

LCV

Chamber

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