The conservative party launched their manifesto, but it didn’t have the effect on th eonline conversation as I thought it would. It did, however, appear to have a positive effect on their online sentiment: yesterday they were 61.9% negative and today they’re at 51.9% positive…
So here’s today’s overview:
Percentage (%) of Online Posts
Conversation Cloud – Summary
Where the conversations are
Labour Party 24 hour review
And the following links to all of the Labour ‘conversations’ taking place over the last 24 hours.
Conservative Party 24 hour review
And if your interested in why ‘Horrified’ was trending — it was to do with Richard Keane ‘s tweet:
@richardkeane: told the tories played keane at their manifesto launch. am horrified. to be clear — we were not asked. i will not vote …
Here’s the related conversation cloud:
And the follow links to all of the Conservative ‘conversations’ taking place over the last 24 hours.
Liberal Democrat 24 hour review
And the following links to all of the Liberal Democrat ‘conversations’ taken place over the last 24 hours.
The release of the conservative manifesto didn’t create the same increase in online conversations as Labour’s did; it just balanced the % of conversations out.
What was interesting to see though that all online sentiment is now positive for all parties — for the first time:
- Conservative: 51.6%
- Labour: 64.8%
- Lib Dems: 53.9%
So let’s see what the LibDem launch of their manifesto has on the conversation tomorrow.
See you tomorrow and don’t forget to register on the ‘Search for a Cabinet – the Social Media Party’ (fantasy election) site http://www.socialmedia.uk.net