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VP Debate: Twitter Users Call Malarkey Early, Often
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10/15/2012 | 2:32:42 PM
re: VP Debate: Twitter Users Call Malarkey Early, Often
Good point, but if you add the percentages you'll see that 63% of the 4 million tweets were about 3 substantive issues. That's not bad and I wonder how that percentage compares to the mainstream media's coverage.
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10/15/2012 | 12:46:41 PM
re: VP Debate: Twitter Users Call Malarkey Early, Often
So, the analysis shows that 4 million people using Twitter would rather spend their energy and time making jokes about the candidates and their mannerisms instead of having a mature conversation about a very important topic? That tells me all I need to know about our populace. It's a sad reality indeed...


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