Party poopers

Below is a summary of the chatter around each party in just the last 24 hours. The first figure for each party is the number of twitter mentions they have recieved in the last 24 hours. The second number is the average positivity of those mentions where 0% would be extremely negative and 100% would be extremely positive. Popularity is our unique algorithm which combines volume and sentiment to determine which party is currently most popular. Rank is based on the popularity score.



▼ Conservative

  • 439.9k/day +53.7%
  • 45.3% positive -6.2%
  • 33.5% popularity -0.4%
  • Ranked 1st place

▲ Lib Dems

  • 9,384/day -27.9%
  • 52.2% positive +11.3%
  • 15.4% popularity +3.3%
  • Ranked 2nd place

▲ UKIP

  • 39k/day +104.1%
  • 41.2% positive +6.3%
  • 13.7% popularity +2.7%
  • Ranked 3rd place

▼ Labour

  • 58.5k/day -13.3%
  • 35.8% positive -6.0%
  • 13.0% popularity -3.2%
  • Ranked 4th place

▼ Greens

  • 14.8k/day -35.9%
  • 40.3% positive -2.6%
  • 12.3% popularity -1.2%
  • Ranked 5th place

▼ SNP

  • 23k/day -28.2%
  • 38.4% positive -1.9%
  • 12.1% popularity -1.2%
  • Ranked 6th place

At a glance

Sometimes it's a fairer assessment to look at scores over different time periods. The twitter audience can be knee-jerk and overreact to news. The first row of donuts below show volume comparisons in 3 different time ranges, the second row shows sentiment in the 3 time ranges and the third row combines these to show overall popularity in 3 time ranges.









Country in colour

Switch between popularity, mentions and sentiments using the buttons below to see how parties fair in different regions. The central map below shows live tweet locations and the third chart shows the detailed breakdown of party popularity by region.



Top parties by region




Real-time tweet locations


Demographics and hot articles

The first 2 charts below show how our popularity rating varies between men and women. The list to the right hand side shows the top 5 hottest articles being shared right now.