So who are you?

Henry Copeland has posted some preliminary results from his survey of blog readers that I linked to last week. He got a decent sample size — 17,159 respondents. Among the more interesting findings: This survey shows that blog readers are older and more affluent than most optimistic guestimates: 61% of blog readers responding to the ...

By , a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and co-host of the Space the Nation podcast.

Henry Copeland has posted some preliminary results from his survey of blog readers that I linked to last week. He got a decent sample size -- 17,159 respondents. Among the more interesting findings:

Henry Copeland has posted some preliminary results from his survey of blog readers that I linked to last week. He got a decent sample size — 17,159 respondents. Among the more interesting findings:

This survey shows that blog readers are older and more affluent than most optimistic guestimates: 61% of blog readers responding to the survey are over 30, and 75% make more than $45,000 a year…. They are also far more male — 79%! — than I expected, versus 56% of NYTimes.com’s readers.

The political breakdown is also interesting:

Democrats — 40.2% Republicans — 22.5% Independents — 20.2% Libertarians — 11.3%

Comment away….

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and co-host of the Space the Nation podcast. Twitter: @dandrezner

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