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2019 Congressional Social Media Report

Since 2017, we’ve done an annual recap of the year in social media in Congress and analyzed trends in platforms, frequencies, and conversations happening on social media.

Download the report for top insights of what happened on social media in Congress in 2019.

 

 

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For years, our means of communicating with family, friends, coworkers, and many others has been changing. And that change is reflected in the way that members of Congress communicate with their constituents.


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Since 2017, we’ve done an annual recap of the year in social media in Congress and analyzed trends in platforms, frequencies, and conversations happening on social media. Take a look into a few top insights of what happened on social media in Congress in 2019:

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Congressional Adoption of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube

Top Hashtags of 2019 by Party, Chamber, and Month

Most Active Senators, Representatives, and Freshmen

Social Media Habits of the Squad + Impeachment Headliners