Please RT: New Report Shows House #GOP Dominates on TwitterPosted by Press Office on March 26, 2012
House Republicans continue to dominate on social media according to Capitol Tweets, a new report from public relations firm Edelman. The report says Speaker John Boehner and “Congressional Republicans use Twitter more effectively than Democrats” to connect with the American people and highlight what Congress is doing to help create new jobs. Check out the full report here and watch this CNN segment:
Republicans “outperformed Democrats on all of our success metrics,” says the report. For example:
The report comes as the Supreme Court begins hearing oral arguments on the president’s health care law, which is the subject of a GOP hash tag – #HCRcostsjobs – designed to highlight how ObamaCare is making it harder for small businesses to hire new workers. In recent weeks, Republicans have also used #4jobs and #JOBSAct to promote bipartisan jobs bills, #ObamaGap to discuss the gap between the president’s words and actions, #2futures to highlight the House Republican budget, and many more.
The New York Times ran an article last fall on Republicans’ use of Twitter that highlighted the GOP’s “very rapid response team.” And House Republicans have dominated several high-profile events on Twitter, including last summer’s White House Twitter Town Hall. Be sure to read Capitol Tweets and then click here to see how you can connect with House Republicans on Twitter (and elsewhere).
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