Thursday night’s CNN Republican presidential primary debate in South Carolina will be the last debate that Facebook users can react to before voters goes to the polls on Saturday. And Facebook is already awash in comments ahead of the duel.
The votes are in from the New Hampshire primary, and Facebook reactions to Mitt Romney’s big win and Ron Paul’s second place finish were wildly varied.
Sparks flew at the Facebook/NBC News “Meet the Press” Republican Candidates debate ahead of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary. But will the drama affect the outcome of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary?
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.
The Republican presidential contenders will focus on the economy tonight during the CNBC presidential debate, and the audience can ask questions of the candidates, review their opening statements and vote for their favorite nominee on Facebook before the event even gets underway.
The Poynter Institute, a journalism think tank, has a few Facebook tips that political reporters can use as they cover the 2012 elections. But really, these are general tips that anyone with a Facebook presence can employ to maximize their exposure and boost interaction with their key audiences.
Former Governor Mitt Romney is the most popular politician on Facebook and other social media networks, according to a new study.
Facebook users posted more frequently about Rick Perry than any other candidate during last night’s Republican presidential debate.
Mitt Romney has more total Facebook fans than any of the other contenders in the Republican presidential primaries, but Herman Cain has the highest rate of engagement.
As new candidates continue to join the race for president in 2012 (we’re talking to you, Jon Huntsman and Michele Bachmann), we are comparing newcomers against top contenders in a battle of the Facebook pages. How effectively are they using Facebook so far?