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November 5, 2009


Provided by NetRightNation.com

Top Issues

1. Republican Party

 

2. Health Care

 

3. Pending Legislation

 

4. Democratic Party

 

5. Tea Parties

 

6. U.S. Supreme Court

 

7. Conservative Movement

 

8. Education

 

9. Republican in Name Only (RINO)

 

10. Wall Street

 

 

Issue Trends

1. Tea Parties

+ 6.46 %

2. U.S. Supreme Court

+ 1.17 %

3. Health Care

- 4.72 %

4. Democratic Party

- 4.73 %

5. Republican Party

- 6.67 %

6. Pending Legislation

- 26.92 %

7. Conservative Movement

- 27.41 %

 

Top People

1. Sarah Palin

 

2. Rush Limbaugh

 

3. John McCain

 

4. Nancy Pelosi

 

5. Michael Steele

 

6. Harry Reid

 

7. Newt Gingrich

 

8. Joe Biden

 

9. Mitt Romney

 

10. Arlen Specter

 

 

People Trends

1. Michael Steele

+ 133.40 %

2. Harry Reid

+ 74.03 %

3. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

+ 63.79 %

4. John McCain

+ 9.19 %

5. Rush Limbaugh

- 10.94 %

6. Nancy Pelosi

- 37.15 %

7. Sarah Palin

- 53.12 %

8. Joe Biden

- 59.05 %

9. Mitt Romney

- 59.05 %

10. Arlen Specter

- 67.24 %

The Overnights provides journalists and others quick "Track & Trend" insights into the top issues being covered by the conservative blogosphere nationwide on a daily basis.

Containing vital statistics about issue/newsmaker coverage and commentary from the more than 74,000 members of the NetRightNation.com bloggers coalition, The Overnights reveals at a glance, What's Hot, What's Not, What's on its Way, and What's had its Day.

In addition, The Overnights allow readers to quickly access blogs from across the country written on the issues and newsmakers in order to get a first-hand feel for what is actually being said. For a complete compendium of conservative blogs - by Issue and State, changing constantly throughout the day - readers can go directly to NetRightNation.com.

By clicking on the headline beneath the Track & Trend charts and graphs below, readers can go directly to an interactive screen providing detailed information.

The Overnights' Track & Trend stats are gathered daily between 5:00 and 8:00 PM, EST - and are sent promptly at 9:00 PM, EST each evening.

Adam R. Bitely
Director of New Media
Americans for Limited Government
http://netrightnation.com
703.383.0880


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