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Capitol Tweets: Yeas and Nays of the Congressional Twitterverse

CAPITOL Tweetsy Yeas and Nays of the Congressional Twitterverse Edelman Democrats and Republicans who Maintain Twitter Accounts Senate House 44 43 150 217 Democrats Rapublicam Democrats Republicans П Tweeting Across the Aisle Levels of Bipartisan Engagement Republicans Democrats Senate Democrats Senate Republicans 21 20 14 24 81 12 133 16 20 Bicameral Breakdown 118 II Not Engaged (0 Tweets across the aisle) I Somewhat Engaged (1-4 Tweets across the aisle) I Engaged (5-8 Tweets across the aisle) . Highly Engaged (9+ Tweets across the aisle) 17 8 14 16 House Democrats House Republicans Twitter Usage Among Members of Congress from 4 U.S. Regions Each geographic region emerged with a unique character that distinguished it from the rest of the nation. Members from the Northeast were most amplified. Their tweets were most likely to be retweeted. Members from the Midwest were most engaged. Their tweets were most likely to receive replies. Members from the South were most vocal. They tweeted more frequently than members from other reglons. Members from the West were most popular. They boasted the most followers by far: Most Mentioned Hashtags in Tweets by Members of Congress Fregulation edican ipom #4jobs #AROX# #tech Senate 4OPEN Dbanscan #Veterans #smallbiz #ar2, y et E#gop #REINS #supercommittee #strib pol CINEPA #netDE Adalas #fastandfurious tcot n LeddAIDSDay BAlanka ANCZ #WeCantWait #Forgotten15#SOPA daa TN #VT= #latism#0ccupyall Streat iHalder FETV i#NY #Payroll TaxCut H USPS Sadategirthe V Simply Measured Edelman ruth www.edelman.com Data provided by Simply Measued from September to December 2011. lnfographic designed by Ruth.

Capitol Tweets: Yeas and Nays of the Congressional Twitterverse

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Edelman’s Capitol Tweets study looks at U.S. Congressional performance on Twitter, including regional differences and levels of bipartisan engagement. These slides feature supporting graphs from the analysis.

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