While Brexit the vote is over I really like this blog re social media coverage. I as always question data as a rule because like statistics the person putting them together may have agenda of their own but I found this blog very interesting.
Going into yesterday’s #Brexit referendum, it seemed like the world was convinced that the British would vote to stay in the European Union (EU). The stock markets across the globe were up modestly (a general sign of confidence) and the exit polls all showed a slight edge for remaining in the EU. I have been paying attention to the growing social conversation and the data surrounding it. As the data began to flow in, the comments, tweets, posts, blogs and global mentions of #Brexit, I was surprised at how accurate of a representation the social data has been. There are some extremely interesting insights, so let's take a look at the numbers: