Tracking and Classifying Public Opinion Using Twitter Data

Recent events such as the Brexit referendum and the 2016 presidential election in the United States have shown that traditional polling methods face important challenges. Julio Cesar Amador Diaz Lopez discusses research in which 23 million tweets related to the EU referendum in the UK to predict the Brexit vote were analysed.


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