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General Election: How many people feel like her?

So here I am on the train into Pad­ding­ton for tonights #140conf. I sat in the first avail­able seat and the lady in front of me is talk­ing to a friend on the phone. Not one to nor­mally listen in, but as part of tonights #140conf Lon­don meetup is regard­ing the Gen­eral Elec­tion — her con­ver­sa­tion

General Election: After the debate 15th April #GE2010

The fig­ures don’t lie Review­ing the online con­ver­sa­tions that took place dur­ing that debate, Nick Clegg looks to have won that round! From 7k + plus before the debate there are now 16,997 posts, with Lib­Dems tak­ing 51.6% of those, Labour 29.8% and Con­ser­vat­ives 18.6% But the dev­ils in the detail so…: Labour Sen­ti­ment And without Neut­ral

General Election: What the people are saying – 9 April

Fol­low­ing on from yesterday’s over­view of the last 30days online dis­cus­sions, here’s today’s review: Per­cent­age (%) of Online Posts Top­ical hours Con­ver­sa­tion Cloud – Sum­mary 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 the fol­low links to all of

General Election: What the people are saying — 8 April

As with pre­vi­ous Gen­eral Elec­tions there’s always been a lot of talk, debate etc. So in the lead up to the Gen­eral Elec­tion on May 6th I’m going to post a daily sum­mary of the ‘con­ver­sa­tions’ tak­ing place online using Radian6 — without bias… The last 30 days As this is the first post, the fol­low­ing