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The company used its eValue tool to determine that Trump overtook rival Ted Cruz on Facebook in March, and that although Hillary Clinton was still ahead of Sanders on Facebook, Twitter users were feeling the Bern, with Sanders generating more engagements, retweets, favorites and mentions per 1,000.
When ranked by eValue score, Trump, Cruz and John Kasich, respectively, made up the Republican standings on both Facebook and Twitter, while the two Democratic candidates split the social networks, with Clinton atop Facebook and Twitter favoring Sanders.
In terms of follower growth, the Republican standings were the same, but the Democrats flip-flopped, with Sanders leading on Facebook and Clinton on Twitter.