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« Campaign visualizations: the a moving picture of the national conversation | Main | Twitter election mood »

1 November 2010

The issue meter

Below is a somewhat different take on the same word data. In particular, we look at how often certain issues are brought up on particular websites. What is most striking to me, actually, is that Democrats and Republicans are generally talking about the same issues, with a few exceptions, e.g., Republicans are talking more about taxes, immigration, and Obama.

Click here if you want to go the full, interactive version with House, Senate, and gubernatorial races.


Posted by David Lazer at November 1, 2010 9:14 AM