How to quickly analyze public political positions in Twitter?

According to a report by the Pew Research Center, one-third of U.S. adults' tweets in the months leading up to and following the 2020 election were related to politics. According to the center's analysis of nearly 1 million English-language tweets posted by U.S. adults between May 1, 2020, and May 31, 2021, the following two findings emerged.

1. The majority of political tweets from U.S. adults are retweets.

U.S. adults often use other people's words to post about politics on Twitter: 62% of tweets identified as political were retweets, a much larger share than the 38% of original tweets, replies and quotes.

2. Politics accounts for a higher-than-normal share of American adults' tweets following major events.

At certain times during the study period, political content accounted for a higher than usual share of posts from the Center's representative sample of Twitter users. Some of the most dramatic increases coincided with major political and social events. For example, in the weeks following the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer in May 2020, the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, the U.S. presidential election and the inauguration of Joe Biden.

After a major event, investigators and analysts often need to understand public opinion and political positions. This can be a time-consuming and tedious process if only manual collection and analysis is used. And you can use a third-party social media analysis tool, Knowlesys Intelligence System, to quickly analyze public opinion on social media.

Knowlesys Intelligence System is a comprehensive social media analytics system. You can set the information to be collected as keywords. With the capability of whole-Internet monitoring, it will help you fully understand the opinions and trends published by media and netizen on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tiktok and other social media.