March 16, 2013
In this infographic they breakdown what words were used in the recent GOP debates and how often each word was used. It also shows that the words “middle class” were never used by any of the GOP candidates during the debates.
February 27, 2013
HighBeam Research tracked the traditional media, twitter and blogger attention each Republican presidential candidate received during the week leading up to the Illinois primary and compared it to the final primary results. We also took a look at a recent Chicago Tribune/WGN-TV poll to see who earned the voters’ prediction. Did the candidate receiving the […]
January 14, 2013
Our analysis earlier this week described Iowa as the first truly ‘social’ primary in this year’s Presidential race. But – along with other studies – indications about voting intention based on analysis of the candidates’ social media performance proved premature. Whilst the candidate’s social profiles certainly are very different, it’s still not clear how this […]
November 15, 2012
HighBeam Research has measured the media attention surrounding each current Republican candidate to determine who had been receiving the most buzz leading up to Tuesday’s primaries. In many primaries, candidates’ media attention could often be linked directly to primary results, but did the same hold true for the March 13th elections? Source
July 18, 2012
We totally forgot about Ron Paul and Rick Santorum. But don’t worry, in two weeks you will, too. Source
July 5, 2012
HighBeam Research measured the media attention surrounding each GOP contender in the ten states of Super Tuesday to determine which candidate had been receiving the most buzz leading up to the primaries. In recent 2012 primaries, candidates’ media attention could often be linked directly to primary victories, but did the same hold true for the […]
May 24, 2012
Still undecided on Florida’s GOP Presidential Preference Primary? Sunshine State News brings you a special election 2012 offering: a graphic at-a-glance representation of the 2012 GOP presidential candidates — Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and Rick Santorum.