Presidential Election 2016

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Does a Debate Win Become a Social Media Win? Surprising Outcomes from Hillary and Trump’s First Face-Off

By | Competitive Analysis, Presidential Election 2016, Uncategorized

The first official debate of the 2016 Presidential Election changed the trajectories of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on social media — but not in the way that you might expect. Old media and social media polls showed very different perspectives on who won the debate, and the candidate’s overall…

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What Happens When You Concede to Donald Trump? Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, and John Kasich Implode on Facebook

By | Presidential Election 2016, Social Media Measurement, Uncategorized

There’s no participation award for losing the Republican nomination to a reality TV star. In an unprecedented race, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, and John Kasich couldn’t stump the Trump, despite their efforts on the ground and online. With hundreds of posts, the three runners-up pushed hard for higher engagement and more…

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John Kasich vs. the World: Candidate’s Odd Catch-Up Strategy Might Just Work

By | Competitive Analysis, Presidential Election 2016, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Measurement, Twitter Analytics, Uncategorized

The New York Times has called him “the only plausible choice for Republicans tired of the extremism and inexperience on display in this race.” The polls have called him third place candidate, well behind Ted Cruz and Donald Trump. John Kasich is the old guard’s favourite for the Republican nomination,…

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