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The Presidential Race On Facebook – Infographic

The U.S. presidential election is heating up, and President Barack Obama is winning by a landslide — on Facebook.

According to a study from social media analytics provider SocialBakers, the Commander in Chief had a dominating lead in May over Republican contender Mitt Romney, in terms of social media fan engagement.

In the left corner of the ring, Obama threw a straight punch with nearly five times as many people “talking about” him as Romney. The president also gained four and a half times as many new fans as his challenger.

Meanwhile, Obama’s viral reach — a metric equal to the total number of “likes” and comments, multiplied by the average number of friends (140) per user — exceeds his opponent’s by almost 25 percent, SocialBakers said.

Obama is a friend of social media, for sure. In the past year, he joined Tumblr, Pinterest, and Instagram, participated in a live Google+ hangout session, and tweeted a link to his campaign’s Spotify playlist.

“The Obama vs. Romney data raises strong questions about whether Obama’s superior social presence could be an indication of how Americans will vote this fall,” SocialBakers said in a statement…Read More

Source: pcmag,

8 responses to “The Presidential Race On Facebook – Infographic

  1. Great Post and I usre hope Obama does win using his Social Media Network. He has experience with it meaning this time around will be even better and Im looking forward to seeing how much progress this term will bring. Change is here and Im grateful.

  2. Doesn’t surprise me since Facebook themselves have been promoting Obama since the beginning of the campaign. I would like to see it on Google, a little more objective over there.

  3. Reblogged this on michellegilstrap and commented:
    Social Media is becoming the way to gauge interaction and discussion. Check out the infographic of the Presidential Race on Facebook. Very interesting.

  4. We’ve got our work cut out for us if we don’t want 4+ more years of this same dysfunctional 2-party crap!

  5. Serious debate ,but soundfull and interesting

  6. Interesting I did some sharing want to check this out some more later.

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