Social Media Analysis Around Second Presidential Debate Reveals Swing Voter Sentiment

Social Analytics Company Attensity Offers Detailed Insights and Voting Intentions on Each Candidate from Social Conversations

Oct 17, 2012, 15:53 ET from Attensity

PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Attensity (, the leading provider of social analytics and engagement applications, has issued its analysis of social media conversations related to the October 16 Presidential debate. As with Attensity's analysis of the recent Vice Presidential debate, the most revealing insights related to viewer sentiment and voter intentions came from the swing states: Ohio, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Virginia, and Wisconsin.



In the state of Ohio, Attensity Analyze found that President Barack Obama received significantly more positive than negative sentiment. Governor Mitt Romney, on the other hand, experienced significantly more negative than positive sentiment. There were relatively few people expressing their voting intentions, but those who did from Ohio indicated a preference for Romney. The overall social media universe, however, responded negatively to Romney's behavior and sometimes evasive answers.

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