Social Stats Mirror New York Primary Results (Infographic)

Voters in Tuesday’s New York primary mirrored the candidates’ social media results, for the most part, according to Synthesio and Conversocial.

Voters in Tuesday’s New York primary mirrored the candidates’ social media results, for the most part, according to Synthesio and Conversocial.

The social intelligence platform and the social customer care platform, respectively, found that for the most part, New York winners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton led in reach and engagement between April 7 and 19, other than Instagram mentions, where the top spot went to Bernie Sanders.

According to Synthesio and Conversocial, the Republican candidates’ reach on Twitter was:

  1. Trump: more than 3.8 billion
  2. Ted Cruz: more than 1.7 billion
  3. John Kasich: more than 979 million

Democrats:

  1. Clinton: more than 3.1 billion
  2. Sanders: more than 2.5 billion

Overall winners on each platform, by mentions, were:

  • Twitter: Trump, 61.5 percent
  • Facebook: Clinton, 45.2 percent
  • YouTube: Trump, 45.5 percent
  • Instagram: Sanders, 67.9 percent

Readers: Are you surprised by Sanders’ high rate of mentions on Instagram?

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