97% of National Political Tweets Come From Just 10% of U.S. Users

Pew Research Center found that disapproval of President Trump spurred Twitter activity

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Pew Research Center found in April that the top 10% of U.S. Twitter users in terms of activity were responsible for 80% of tweets created in the country, and on Wednesday, the think tank revealed that the ratio is even more skewed when it comes to tweets about national politics.

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