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Rob Ford
Useful reality check from 2017 British Election Study survey...83% of voters don't use Twitter, 43% don't use Facebook
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Rob Ford 17 Jul 18
Replying to @robfordmancs
Plus of course most of those who use either will hardly ever or never use them to talk politics or read about politics
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Rob Ford 17 Jul 18
Face to face interviews in people's homes.
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Peter Bull 17 Jul 18
Is that of eligible voters or actual voters?
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Rob Ford 17 Jul 18
Replying to @pessable @NickCohen4
Eligible (actually all BES respondents, which may include some adults not eligible to vote haven't checked that)
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Axel Antoni 17 Jul 18
But many in media use Twitter. I had two of my tweets lifted into newspaper articles - thus shifting public opinion even of those who don't use Twitter. Two other tweets made it into the Home Affairs Committee (thanks, not, )
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Rob Ford 17 Jul 18
Oh, I'm well aware of that! Twitter's great for many things, wasn't knocking it, just pointing out its a narrow and skewed sample of people on here.
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The Broken Irony Meter 17 Jul 18
Replying to @robfordmancs
What reality check is this meant to be? The swing to change the result was 2%. Well within the boundaries of this, let alone all the other 'irregularities'.
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Rob Ford 17 Jul 18
Replying to @Irony_Meter
Not an EU referendum point.
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Nick Cohen 17 Jul 18
Replying to @robfordmancs
But, but....
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