The biggest day of the 2012 election season is here, but Facebook posts on the topic are sluggisth.
With nine U.S. states holding Republican presidential primaries tomorrow, do Facebook posts give any clues as to who will win?
The remaining Republican presidential contenders are rallying Facebook supporters in Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri and Maine.
Mitt Romney is surpassing the other Republic presidential hopefuls in every Facebook metric, from user interactions to overall fan growth and user engagement.
Newt Gingrich kicked off CNN’s Southern Republican debate with a tirade against the media, and the passion didn’t let up on stage or on Facebook, with posts going up at a rate of one every 10 seconds during the debate’s peak.
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.
Sunday’s NBC News/Facebook Republican presidential debate resulted in more than 45,000 comments on the social network, and over 4,500 questions were submitted, according to a note on the U.S. Politics on Facebook page.
Facebook and Politico are joining forces to assess user sentiment toward the Republican candidates ahead of the January 21 South Carolina presidential primary.
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.
Ahead of today’s New Hampshire primary, Socialbakers has debuted its latest infographic examining the state of the GOP presidential race among the most engaging and influential Republican candidates on Facebook.