Sunday, June 30, 2013

Surprise! Only one quarter of Wendy Davis' Twitter and online support came from Texas

Why am I not surprised? Most of the Twitter Tweets supporting Wendy Davis blocking the Texas Pro-Life bill came from OUTSIDE OF TEXAS. She does not represent the majority of Texans who are against killing innocent babies. She has to get her support from liberals outside of Texas!


the following is from Cahnman's Musings: http://acahnman.blogspot.com/2013/06/only-one-quarter-of-wendy-davis-online.html


Only one quarter of Wendy Davis' online support came from Texas

So says Wired Magazine:



From the Article:
The map above, created by the academic research group Floating Sheep, shows that while the volume of Twitter activity for #StandWithWendy was—naturally—greatest in Texas itself (nearly 29 percent of all tweets), there was also quite a bit of chatter coming out of places like New York state (8 percent), California (12 percent) and even places like Illinois (4 percent). 
That should tell you everything you need to know about the 'emerging groundswell in Texas' narrative.

(h/t Progress Texas' Facebook)

2 comments:

  1. Social Media sucks. The President has time to tweet Ms. Davis, but not time to communicate personally with the four brave Americans that died in Libya. Why not picture an unborn child after 20 weeks, one with any values would wrench at the site. Texans should put Ms. Davis in her place and raise the middle finger to the scumbag baby killers.

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  2. What a ridiculous post. Davis didn't "have to..." do anything. You make it sound like she solicited the support. Do you even know how Twitter works?

    Consider this. Since you think she "had to go outside Texas" to find supporters, did you know hat I discovered YOUR blog by visiting a Tennessee site. So does that mean your support in Texas sucks and you "had to go outside Texas" to get support?

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