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  • US Social media habits have shifted post-election
  • US Social media habits have shifted post-election
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US Social media habits have shifted post-election

The 2016 election was ubiquitous on social media. #Feelthebern generated 2,000 retweets an hour, Hillary Clinton connected through podcasts and Facebook, while everyone followed Trump’s tweets. And the event has led people to change their online behaviour even further.

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