The Most Followed Accounts on Twitter
By Joshua BoydSep 7
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Published January 20th 2017
To mark inauguration day, the Brandwatch React team decided to crack open our vast archive of Donald Trump data.
You’ve read the headlines. Now experience the man in numbers:
Trump’s tweets have the ability to send stock prices crashing.
That’s just below average, in case you were wondering. You can measure your hand against Trump’s by clicking here.
— TrueBlue Meow (@R__Lynn) August 3, 2016
The series’ most recent season, debuting in January 2017, is hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
We were up late monitoring Election Day tweets, capturing the Trump victory in social data.
(According to Forbes estimate at the time of writing).
The new President also has a Brandwatch Audiences influence score of 95, making his account one of the most influential on Twitter.
Audiences determines an influence score by looking at a number of factors from follower to following ratio, ability to generate engagement and the number of influential people they interact with.
Justin Bieber, Jennifer Lopez and Barack Obama are still more influential according to our methodology, though we predict that this could change as Trump continues to use the platform to make important and unpredictable announcements and comments.
The new President also has five children – Ivanka, Eric, Donald Jr, Tiffany and Barron Trump.
|Melania Trump||2005 – present|
|Marla Maples||1993 – 1999|
|Ivana Trump||1977 – 1992|
Trump’s Presidency will undoubtedly throw up hundreds of new social data points.
Stay tuned to Brandwatch React to hear them first.
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Combining high-quality mobile survey technology, a robust polling methodology, and expert data analysis, our bulletins will be essential reading to get the pulse of the nation.