And assorted other findings from a national poll of 1,555 registered voters
The question put out there by Poll Position was:
Do you think electronic tablets, such as Apple's (AAPL) iPad, will eventually take the place of laptop computers?
Among results (margin of error +/- 3%):
Republicans, Hispanics and young Americans ages 18-29 see it as particularly bright
A national survey of 1,066 registered voters conducted by Poll Position on Oct. 30, three and a half weeks after Steve Jobs' death, asked which of three high-tech companies -- Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG) or Facebook -- had the brightest future.
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Known for its leftward leanings, the tech giant is beginning to pay a whole lot more attention to the GOP.
By Tory Newmyer, writer
House Republicans were still unpacking their boxes in the first week of January when outgoing Google CEO Eric Schmidt showed up with a tantalizing offer: Since the GOP had reclaimed power in part on promises to make government more transparent, Google could volunteer its vast technical know-how to MOREFeb 16, 2011 5:00 AM ET
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Many computer geeks are also libertarians, so it's not too surprising to hear Tim Lee proudly describe himself as a member of both groups. No, what makes Lee unusual is his passion for figuring out exactly what it means to be both a libertarian and a technophile. What's the best way to MOREScott Woolley - Dec 16, 2010 3:00 AM ET
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