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Bot-like accounts pushing the hashtag #DemDebateSoWhite during Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate in Detroit, according to a new report from social media analytics company, Storyful.
The hashtag received thousands and thousands of interactions in the discussions related to the debate in the social media intelligence specialist, said. “Storyful-analysis indicates a high degree of automation and bot-like activity accounts for the interactions with the hashtag,” he said in a statement.
460 accounts will be analyzed, with 400 more Storyful has been described as a “medium bone-score” that examines data, such as username, patterns, and unique, and the volume of social media posts associated with them. The source of the bots has yet to be identified.
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“A bot-like activity on the #DemDebateSoWhite following is a high level of automation, in a discussion of Kamala Harris, the ethnicity, during the first Democratic debate, in which the issue of race as a possible target for bone-in and bone-like statements during the election campaign,” Storyful is added.
However, in spite of the activity surrounding the hashtag, #DemDebateSoWhite does not belong to the top 20 list of the hashtags shared in the discussion, according to Storyful, which it is noted that the impact on the whole of the debate about the debate has been virtually non-existent.
Some verified Twitter accounts, including that of Russia Today’s account, which also tweeted the hashtag on Tuesday. Rather, the hashtag was used in relation to the Democratic presidential debates in 2016.
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In Summary, Sen. Bernie Sanders also dominated social media channels during the CNN-sponsored debate in Detroit, according to Storyful’s data. “A strong performance in the second debate, he made him to be the most frequently mentioned candidates are on social media, and his response to Tim Ryan on Medicare for all,” and I wrote the damn bill!’ – it was the most shared link during the debate,” Storyful will be explained.
“He’s a Twitter handle, it was stated to be 12,000 times during the debate, and 25,000 times across all platforms, with Elizabeth Warren the next, in the second place, with almost 8,000 Twitter mentions, and more than 19,000 times across all platforms,” it added.
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However, the most-Googled the Democratic candidate during the Detroit debate, was made by Marianne Williamson, to be followed by Sanders and Warren, according to Google Trends data.
Storyful, a division of News Corp., that is, just as with Fox News’ parent company, Fox travel, Corp., it was founded by Rupert Murdoch.
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