Social Media Playing Important role in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections
In 2019 the election is on its peak. Party leaders are creating their own war zone at social media. For the Political leaders and also the political party the social media platform is the place where they are promoting their political party and too they are facing other leaders as well. From the office of political parties to the social media platform the noise has been started. For the election of 2019 social media platform is taking its own importance.
Every third voter is active at Facebook
In the election of 2014 there were total 83.40 crore voters. In 2019 election it seems to be 90 crore. BJP(Bhartiya Janta Party) is specially focusing to the voters who are voting at first time, which is around 8 crore voters. At the other side INC is making their strategy by specially focusing to the voters who are voting at second time, which is 11 crore 70 lakh .
According to 2017 reports there are total 21.7 crore are the peoples who are using facebook every month. It seem to reach 29.4 crore in 2019. which means among the 90 crore voters for 2019 election, every third person is active on facebook. Most of them are voting at first time or second time. It is very clear that for the elections of 2019 facebook is an important factor.
Facebook is also set for 2019 elections. As it has made a tool named as CrowdTangle Public Live Display, through which you are able to see every post and updates through any of your political leader and political party.
AAP is above BJP-INC in political parties at facebook
Leaving back to all the political parties AAP has posted total 697 posts in last 30 days through their authorized Facebook page. Which means party has posted at least 23 posts per day. BJP is on the second number in this race. BJP has shared 365 post in the same interval. Where INC is on third number with 297 posts in the same interval. But there is a huge difference between the number of peoples who likes their pages. In this field BJP is on the first place. Their posts have been seen and interacted more in comparison to INC and AAP.
RK SINHA is popular from rajyasabha
While talking about the MLA’s and ministers of Rajya Sabha, you will be shocked to know that in last 30 days the most number of posts has been shared through the central petroleum minister and Rajya Sabha MLA Dharmendra Pradhan is on first number. He has posted total 506 post which means 17 posts per day. In this line the rail minister of india and Rajya Sabha MLA Piyush goyal is on second position. He posted total 282 post from his page. But the interesting fact is that the peoples who like the page of JDU’s MLA R.K.Sinha are more than Dharmendra Pradhan and Piyush Goyal. His number of posts shared on his Facebook page is less but he is having more interactions through peoples.
Owaisi gains first position in Lok Sabha
While talking about Lok Sabha, in last 30 days the head of Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslamin (MIM) and Lok Sabha MLA Asaduddin Owaisi has shared 475 posts, which is around 16 posts per day. After him there are two INC leaders in the row and after them our Honorable prime minister Narendra Modi is on the fourth position on sharing the posts. MLA of Ajmer and INC leader Raghu Sharma has left the head of INC head Rahul Gandhi in sharing the posts. In this duration Raghu Sharma has posted 215 posts where on the other side there are total 113 posts are there from Rahul Gandhi’s Facebook page. Where from Narendra Modi official page on Facebook there are total 52 posts has been shared. Now when the time for interactions, Narendra Modi is at first place whose posts has been interacted very much through peoples. Rahul gandhi is on second position and Asaduddin Owaisi is on third position.
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