Posts about Republican presidential candidates are going up on Facebook every couple of minutes ahead of tonight’s final debate before the South Carolina primary Saturday.
Even though the results of the Iowa caucus are known, social media firms continue to rehash the votes in an attempt to answer the simple question: Did Facebook and other social media platforms predict the outcome in Tuesday’s election?
With the Iowa caucus today marking the official start of election season, a survey reveals that political advertisers are focusing on Facebook.
As the first votes in the 2012 elections are cast today in Iowa’s caucuses, Facebook data shows that Ron Paul has the most viral reach.
With days to go before voting in Iowa begins Tuesday, new polling and media coverage shows momentum by a relative newcomer to the leader board — former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) — which is also reflected on Facebook.
With exactly one week before voting gets underway in the Republican presidential primary contest, new polling and the Inside Facebook 2012 Election Tracker convey a fluid field before next Tuesday’s Iowa caucus.
Is the last GOP presidential primary debate — before the first votes of the 2012 elections are cast next month — a boon to the candidates’ popularity on Facebook?
The twists and turns in the Republican presidential primary race gave plenty for Facebookers to talk about over the weekend, as a new poll shows Newt Gingrich leading the pack in a key early caucus state.
As GOP 2012 hopefuls descend on Iowa for a debate and the Ames Straw Poll, Republican voters are posting up a storm on Facebook.