Your political posts on social media are actually changing minds — sometimes – Washington Post


Washington PostYour political posts on social media are actually changing minds — sometimesWashington PostYour incessant posts on social media about political candidates and social issues are actually changing minds — well, one in five minds, at least. That s according to recently released data from the Pew Research Center, which has been tracking the …For election night, social media will be hangout, support group for votersUSA TODAY6 Smart Email Tactics To Boost Your Subscriber ListForbesShould You Quit Social Media? Why Nixing Facebook & Instagram May Not Be The AnswerBustleHuffington Post
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