The author of the article, Robert Binstock, who is regarded as an authority on seniors' voting patterns, analyzed data from the 2008 national Election Day exit poll conducted by Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International, which was financed by major television networks, newspapers, and magazines.
What does EMR stand for?
EMR stands for Edison Media Research
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- Evangelical Missions Quarterly
- Extended Matching Question
- Extending Matching Questions
- Every Morning Quarterback (football blog)
- [not an acronym] (formerly East Midlands Quality Centre Ltd.; UK)
- European Molecular Genetics Quality Network
- Electro-Magneto Quasi-Static (computer engineering)
- Eureka Montana Quilt Show
- Eastern Main Road (Trinidad and Tobago)
- École Maîtrisienne Régionale de Bourgogne (French choir school)
- Éditions Marc Reift (French: Marc Reift Editions; Switzerland)
- Éditions Musicales Russes (French: Russian Music Publishing)
- Educable Mentally Retarded
- Educational Media Resources (various organizations)
- Eeyou Marine Region (Canada)
- Effort Multiplier Rating
- Electromagnetic Radiation
- Electromagnetic Reconnaissance
- Electromagnetic Resonance
- Electromagnetic Response
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Research over the past three years from the Edison Media Research shows the percentage of people surveyed who have ever listened to a podcast has jumped from 11% in 2006 to 18% in 2008.
According to a February 2003 study conducted by Arbitron and Edison Media Research, more than 100 million Americans have used Internet radio or video since the format became popular.