I recently posted a tutorial on Twitter Analytics with R – using Trump’s tweets as an example. I also posted this tongue-in-cheek follow-up on how Trump’s twitter habit relates to the Fox News program schedule.

 

For the purposes of science, let’s take a look here at some of the other players in the 2016 US election.

Who’s given up on tweeting?

The losers from last year’s shake-up

Who’s just getting started?

They’ve still got something to gain – what is it?

Who’s  tweeting because  they have to?

It’s their job – strictly during office hours – and this one’s no surprise!

Barack Obama’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Barack Obama’s hourlt twitter usage

Trump’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Trump’s hourly twitter usage

Ben Carson’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Ben Carson’s hourly twitter usage

Kellyanne Conway’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Kellyanne Conway’s hourly twitter usage

Paul Ryan’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Paul Ryan’s hourly twitter usage

Hillary Clinton’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Hillary’s hourly twitter usage

Bill Clinton’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Bill Clinton’s hourly twitter usage

Chelsea Clinton’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Chelsea Clinton’s hourly twitter usage

Jeb Bush’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Jeb!’s hourly twitter usage

Chris Christie’s twitter habits

Breakdown of CC’s hourly twitter usage

Rudy Giuliani’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Rudy’s hourly twitter usage

Steve Bannon’s twitter habits

Breakdown of Steve Bannon’s hourly twitter usage

 

 

Coming up soon, we’ll investigate Trump’s twitter habit in more detail using text analysis, machine learning and more!