Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
Mobile Politics, LLC announced today that their iPhone and iPad App, (mobilepolitics) has seen a rapid increase in downloads of political content in critical swing states over the last 60 days especially among individuals identifying themselves as undecided voters. From the period June 1, 2012 through July 30, 2012, downloads of the Mobile Politics app has increased over 150% within the states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Wisconsin, Colorado, Virginia, North Carolina and Nevada. Among these states the Mobile Politics app has seen a sharp increase in Mobile Voter downloads and interaction with campaign news, data and polling.
Mobile Politics app offers Democrats, Republicans and Independent mobile voters the ability to have direct interaction with their preferred presidential candidates and political campaigns through donations, news, alerts and polling utilizing the iPhone and iPad platform.
“Clearly Undecided Mobile Voters in swing states have turned their attention to the 2012 Presidential Election and are demanding an increase in news content, news alerts and polling data in an effort to learn more about the candidates. Our polling in these swing states reflects nearly 25% of Mobile Voter’s are undecided, among the presidential race.” said Thomas Panuzio, President of Mobile Politics.
About Mobile Politics LLC:
Mobile Politics, LLC provides U.S. political candidates, leaders, organizations, and associations direct daily access to U.S. Mobile Voters through its iPhone and iPad application "Mobile Politics." The Mobile Politics app and supporting web-based platform allows candidates, political campaigns, advertisers and other advocacy groups to communicate directly with their constituent base through news, instant polling and alerts. Mobile Politics clients include, National Associations, National Political Organizations, Corporations, Religious Organizations and Political Campaigns. For more information and to download the Mobile Politics app visit: http://www.imobilepolitics.com. Or the Apple App Store.
Thomas Panuzio, President, Mobile Politics or the
Mobile Politics Communications Division