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State of the Social Media Election; 24SEP12

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Obama leads Romney in social mentions by roughly 6 percent; Ryan tops Biden by 20 percent and when the presidential and vice presidential teams are combined – both campaigns own roughly 50% of ...

Obama leads Romney in social mentions by roughly 6 percent; Ryan tops Biden by 20 percent and when the presidential and vice presidential teams are combined – both campaigns own roughly 50% of social media mindshare. It’s a dead heat.

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