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  • Why men are getting all the retweets
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    Robert Scoble (2009) ©
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Why men are getting all the retweets

When the BBC analysed Twitter hashtags for the main parties in the 2015 General Election, it became clear that, as one writer put it, Twitter politics is a man’s world – 75% of tweets were sent by men. But are women really less vocal? A new study suggests they may simply be using the wrong hashtags.

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