From September through November, Romney was consistently the target of more negative reactions than was Obama.
Of the eight events that the Pew Research Center tracked since the beginning of last year, there were two when the reaction on Twitter paralleled public opinion.
This infographic from Rosetta looks at the 2012 presidential election search wars.
President Obama had more than 3 times as many estimated website viewers in October than Governor Romney (8.6 million vs. 2.6 million), resulting in far greater reach among internet users (0.1124% vs. 0.048%).
Best selling marketing author Rohit Bhargava put together this presentation of 2012 presidential campaign imagery to illustrate Obama’s greater “likeability.”
This infographic by ReTargeter looks at online political ad spending for the 2012 presidential campaign.
Google Politics and Election published this infographic that examines the spending by both campaigns alongside each candidate’s news-related search interest (in the last 30 days) in the most-watched states.
Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism analyzed the tone of news coverage of Mitt Romney & Barack Obama before & after the first debate.
94.5K posts and 3M reblogs have been posted about Mitt Romney.