Use of pro-Trump Twitter bots during key moments of U.S. presidential campaign 2016

Number of automated pro-Trump tweets for every automated pro-Clinton tweet around select key periods of the U.S. presidential election campaign in 2016

by J. Clement, last edited Mar 15, 2018
Use of pro-Trump Twitter bots during key moments of U.S. presidential campaign 2016 This statistic presents the number of automated pro-Trump tweets for every automated pro-Clinton tweet around select key periods of the U.S. presidential election campaign 2016. During Election Day, every automated pro-Clinton tweet elicited an average of 4.9 pro-Trump tweets.
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Number of automated pro-Trump tweets for every automated pro-Clinton tweet around select key periods of the U.S. presidential election campaign in 2016

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