Studie von Alto Data Analytics, 8.5.2019 (engl. Originalfassung)
Over the period of analysis from December 15th, 2018 to January 20th, 2019, Alto’s data science team analyzed the German political and social debate. Public data analyzed includes 2,960,000 total results from 283,517 unique authors, 203,658 conversations, and 281,061 unique pieces of content shared across multiple digital sources such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, blogs, forums, and other digital communities. Results in the German language and results geolocated in Germany were collected. Alto’s analysis focuses on understanding the role and digital influence of politicians, civil society, and social and digital media platforms in shaping the public online debate in Germany.
Alto’s data analysts conducted an additional analysis of explicit mentions on all of the indexed sources previously described over an extended period of December 15th to March 15th. In this analysis, we measured explicit mentions of political parties and politicians, finding that 31.6% of mentions refer to the AfD or associated politicians, 22.9% to the CDU or associated politicians, 21.9% to the SPD or associated politicians, 6.98% to Die Grüne or associated politicians, 6.7% to the FDP or associated politicians, 5.9% to the CSU or associated politicians, and 4% to Die Linke or associated politicians.
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