Yesterday the 2018 midterm elections took place across the United States of America— and naturally a lot of people had a lot to say about it on Twitter. We tapped into Echo to track the conversation throughout the day, and thought we’d round up our tweets here and follow up with what the conversation looksMore

In another month, the US Democratic and Republican parties will meet at their conventions to officially select a candidate for President of the United States. However, as the final primary is held this week in Washington, D.C., each party already has its presumptive nominee – Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. So, how are these candidates performingMore

Ranking the GOP candidates on Twitter

A month ago, we wrote a little about the first round of GOP debates. Today, as we prepare for the next debate, let’s take a look at how the remaining Republican candidates are doing on Twitter. Here’s a list of the candidates in the debate tonight, ordered by how many tweets* have been posted about them inMore

Twitter and the Republican presidential debate losers

As you’ve undoubtedly heard, there’s a big presidential candidate debate tonight. Ten Republican candidates – the current GOP front-runners – will gather for the 2016 presidential race’s first major televised debate. Fox News selected these 10 debate participants from a larger group of 17 possible candidates based on averages from five recent national polls. And to absolutely noMore

Monitoring tweets about the Brazilian 2014 presidential election: A TweetReach case study

Last fall, Medialogue, a digital agency based in Brazil, was tasked with monitoring social conversation about the 2014 Brazilian Presidential election for the Aécio Neves campaign and supporting the efforts of the Brazilian Social Democracy Party. Medialogue selected Union Metrics’ TweetReach Twitter analytics to support this effort. The Brazilian 2014 presidential election was a record-breaking event forMore