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About 10 percent of the nation’s voters said they made use of information that Upper House candidates posted on the Internet in deciding how to vote, according to exit polls.

In post-voting comments, 86.1 percent said they didn’t go online to help them with election decisions, compared with only 10.2 percent who said they referred to campaign information on the Internet.

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