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Fear and Loathing in Iowa as Palin backs…

Sarah Palin backed Donald Trump's presidential bid yesterday in Iowa, to the horror of Twitter users everywhere. In our analysis of around 25K tweets from last night, we detected a 300% rise in Fear at the time of Palin's endorsement. Similarly, there was a 138% rise in the number of tweets expressing Shame. Still, many users seemed keen to make light of Palin's comments on Donald, with Humour detected in 44% of tweets during the campaign rally."   To discuss the results and analyse public sentiment, we have an interview opportunity with CEO TheySay Ltd, David Morgan   For more info: lorenza@the10group.co.uk / 0207 637 0656

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Thousands unite on Twitter in calling for an…

10000 tweets surrounding MPs debate analysed by…

Dr Karo Moilanen, CTO and co-founder of software TheySay, says: "Twitter users are open to the idea of an official English national anthem. In our analysis of almost 10000 tweets, we detected almost no negative sentiment regarding England adopting a national anthem. Users shared hundreds of tweets offering their suggestions, with Jerusalem being the most popular. Others seemed keen for England to stick with God Save the Queen, while there were many who suggested David Bowie's Heroes could be the official English anthem. All in all, it seems that Twitter opinion is in agreement with MPs, who today agreed to have a second debate on this issue." ---------------- TheySay is the most advanced linguistics tool of its kind, not merely monitoring positive vs. negative sentiment (i.e. the concept of liking and dislike) but soft human emotions such as humour and sarcasm too. All data and content is FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. If you'd like to arrange an interview with Dr Moilanen for further commentary or to discuss sentiment analysis more broadly as a means of gauging success/failure in the digital world then please get in touch. T: +44 (0) 207 637 0656 SCROLL DOWN FOR GRAPHS AND PRESS RELEASE

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30K Tweets surrounding today's junior…

Social media sentiment analysis experts reveal 88…

Dr Karo Moilanen, CTO and co-founder of software TheySay, says: "In the 30,000 tweets we analysed, sentiment was overwhelmingly positive.  "We measured the average positive sentiment to be at 88.3%, with Twitter users supporting the strike in their vast majority. This has been consistent in the weeks leading to the strike; we saw steadfast support for junior doctors as well as a rise in positive sentiment for anyone who tweeted their support, like Labour's London mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan." ---------------- TheySay is the most advanced linguistics tool of its kind, not merely monitoring positive vs. negative sentiment (i.e. the concept of liking and dislike) but soft human emotions such as humour and sarcasm too. All data and content is FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. If you'd like to arrange an interview with Dr Moilanen for further commentary or to discuss sentiment analysis more broadly as a means of gauging success/failure in the digital world then please get in touch. T: +44 (0) 207 637 0656 SCROLL DOWN FOR GRAPHS AND PRESS RELEASE

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Twitter in mourning as the world hails Bowie…

In response to shock news of David Bowie's death this morning, Dr Karo Moilenen, co-founder of TheySay analysed Twitter's reaction and found ... "Surprise and sadness were the dominant emotions as news of David Bowie's death hit Twitter this morning. Twitter users soon began sharing tributes to the artist and celebrating his life and work. In a sample of 60K tweets, "Legend" was the most frequent word used to describe him, with "Fearless", "Genius", and of course "Hero" also being popular choices. It's clear that Bowie's creativity and innovation will continue to inspire the world for a long time to come." TheySay is the most advanced linguistics tool of its kind, not merely monitoring positive vs. negative sentiment (i.e. the concept of liking and dislike) but soft human emotions such as humour and sarcasm too. All data and content is FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. But please make sure to attribute the data to 'TheySay Ltd' and the analysis to Oxford University professor Dr Karo Moilanen, CTO and co-founder of TheySay. If you'd like to arrange an interview with Dr Moilanen for further commentary or to discuss sentiment analysis more broadly as a means of gauging success/failure in the digital world then please get in touch. T: +44 (0) 207 637 0656 SCROLL DOWN FOR DATA

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How fans reacted to José Mourinho being…

TheySay is the most advanced linguistics tool of its kind, not merely monitoring positive vs. negative sentiment (i.e. the concept of liking and dislike) but soft human emotions such as humour and sarcasm too. All data and content is FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. But please make sure to attribute the data to 'TheySay Ltd' and the analysis to Oxford University professor Dr Karo Moilanen, CTO and co-founder of TheySay. If you'd like to arrange an interview with Dr Moilanen for further commentary or to discuss sentiment analysis more broadly as a means of gauging success/failure in the digital world then please get in touch. T: +44 (0) 207 637 0656 SCROLL DOWN FOR DATA

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Star Wars - how the world reacted according…

SPOILER ALERT: Negative sentiment soars as fans…

TheySay is the most advanced linguistics tool of its kind, not merely monitoring positive vs. negative sentiment (i.e. the concept of liking and dislike) but soft human emotions such as humour and sarcasm too.  All data and content is FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. But please make sure to attribute the data to 'TheySay Ltd' and the analysis to Oxford University professor Dr Karo Moilanen, CEO and co-founder of TheySay. If you'd like to arrange an interview with Dr Moilanen for further commentary or to discuss sentiment analysis more broadly as a means of gauging success/failure in the digital world then please get in touch. T: +44 (0) 207 637 0656 SCROLL DOWN FOR GRAPHS AND PRESS RELEASE

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Trump angers the Internet...again: 2.7m…

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has provoked condemnation from across the political spectrum, by saying Muslims should be banned from entering the US.  Theysay analysed over 2.7 million tweets between 4th November - 8th December 2015 and found a consistent level of anger peaking on 15th November (Trump sharply criticised fellow candidate Carson), 28th November (Trump claimed Muslims cheered 9/11) and 8th December (US Muslim ban).    TheySay's CTO and co-founder, Dr Karo Moilanen, is available for interview today for further analysis, and to discuss the methodology behind TheySay / how social media can be used to gauge and influence elections. TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm. All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk/ +44 (0)207 637 0656  

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*Sorry seems to be the hardest word:…

Social media sentiment - REAL TIME data analysis…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm. All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. TheySay's CTO and co-founder, Dr Karo Moilanen, is available for interviews to discuss the methodology behind TheySay / how social media can be used to gauge and influence political affairs. For more information: lorenza@the10group.co.uk / +44 (0)207 637 0656  

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Twitter reacts with tears to new John Lewis…

*TheySay is the most advanced linguistics tool of its kind, not merely monitoring positive vs. negative sentiment (i.e. the concept of liking and dislike) but soft human emotions such as humour and sarcasm too.  All data and content is FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. But please make sure to attribute the data to 'TheySay Ltd' and the analysis to Oxford University professor Dr Karo Moilanen, CEO and co-founder of TheySay. If you'd like to arrange an interview with Dr Moilanen for further commentary or to discuss sentiment analysis more broadly as a means of gauging success/failure in the digital world then please get in touch. T: +44 (0) 207 637 0656 SCROLL DOWN FOR GRAPHS AND PRESS RELEASE

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SPECTRE: Snapchat triumph for 007, according…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm. All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. **SCROLL DOWN FOR PRESS RELEASE** TheySay's CTO and co-founder, Dr Karo Moilanen, is available for interview to provide further analysis. He will also be tracking the release of Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk/ 0207 637 0656  

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Negative sentiment soars on social media…

122K tweets analysed surrounding revelations that…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm. All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. **SCROLL DOWN FOR PRESS RELEASE** TheySay's CTO and co-founder, Dr Karo Moilanen, is available for interview to provide further analysis about the VW scandal For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk/ 0207 637 0656  

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Second GOP debate draws a tie between Trump…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm. All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. **SCROLL DOWN FOR PRESS RELEASE** TheySay's CTO and co-founder, Dr Karo Moilanen, is available for interview today for further analysis, and to discuss the methodology behind TheySay / how social media can be used to gauge and influence elections. For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk/ +44 (0)207 637 0656  

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Jeremy Corbyn's victory hailed by social…

New Labour leader generates 90% positive…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm. **Scroll down for resultant data (underneath graphs)** Please attribute all data below to TheySay Ltd. All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk

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Twitter favours Andy Burnham in the run up…

...but Jeremy Corbyn is by far the most talked…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm.   **Scroll down for resultant data and analysis (underneath graphs)** Please attribute all data below to TheySay Ltd. All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk

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Trump towers over rivals in first Republican…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm. All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. TheySay's CTO and co-founder, Dr Karo Moilanen, is available for interview today for further analysis, and to discuss the methodology behind TheySay / how social media can be used to gauge and influence elections. For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk/ +44 (0)207 637 0656  

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"Honeymoon over" for new Lib Dem leader Tim…

ISIS comments causes Twitter backlash, new…

80,000 tweet mentions and 15,000 tweets analysed by social sentiment analysis experts from Oxford University's TheySay.io All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions. For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk/ +44 (0)207 637 0656

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Launch of new advanced linguistics software…

Will politicians and CEOs now face new levels of…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm.   All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions.   For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk/ +44 (0)207 637 0656  

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APPLE MUSIC: Everyday I love you less and…

TheySay is a social media sentiment analysis tool, spun out of the University of Oxford. It boasts the most advanced computational linguistics software of its kind, not merely monitoring positive and negative sentiment but a wide range of human emotions including humour and sarcasm.   Please attribute all data below to TheySay Ltd. and analysis (as quotes) to Dr Karo Moilanen, CTO and co-founder of TheySay, who carried out this research on June 30th 2015 from 2pm - 8.15pm (UK time).   All content FREE to use and FREE of copyright restrictions.   For more information please contact deborah@the10group.co.uk

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