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Rasmussen Reports Launches Special 2012 Election Page

With the 2012 elections just months away, Rasmussen Reports is pleased to announce the launch of its Election 2012 page on RasmussenReports.com.

Devoted to the top 2012 political contests nationwide, the new page offers far more robust information and visuals than were available for past elections. It includes easy-to-read graphic electoral maps and color-coded balance of power tables, as well as links to individual articles about the races and an extensive demographic breakdown for individual states.

The new section will be accessible to all readers. However, the supporting articles are available only to Rasmussen Reader subscribers for $3.95/month or $34.95/year. Additionally, trend data, all archived material and a detailed demographic breakdown of all survey responses can be accessed only by Platinum Service members for $19.95/month or $199.95/year.

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In addition to regularly updated 2012 election coverage, RasmussenReports.com features up-to-the-minute polling data on topics in the news and measures consumer and investor confidence every single day.

Rasmussen Reports' work is followed by millions on a wide variety of media platforms, regularly releasing results at RasmussenReports.com, America's most visited public opinion website, and through a daily email newsletter, a nationally syndicated radio news service, an online video service and a weekly newspaper column distributed by Creators Syndicate. A nationally syndicated TV show—What America Thinks -- is scheduled for launch in September 2012.

Rasmussen also has a strong social media presence with more than 185,000 Twitter followers and more than 30,000 Facebook friends.

“People who are following the 2012 presidential election want to have their finger on the pulse of public opinion right until the last ballot is cast,” says company founder and president Scott Rasmussen. “We are proud and excited to be able to accommodate them by offering different views of the latest public opinion all in one location.”

Remember, if it's in the news, it's in our polls.

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