Shortly after the Iowa caucuses, only about half (49%) of American adults could name both the Democratic and Republican winner but 40% say the media have devoted too much coverage to the campaign. Republican voters were far more able to name Mike Huckabee (61%) than were Democrats (45%) or independents (51%). Yet, reflecting Barack Obama's greater visibility, even among Republicans more could name Obama as the Democratic victor than Huckabee as the GOP winner (76% vs. 61%). Knowledge about who won the Iowa Republican and Democratic caucuses also varies by education, age and attentiveness to news about the campaign. College graduates are better informed, and Americans over the age of 30 are more than twice as likely as those under 30 to know both winners in Iowa.