‘VoteLeave’ dominates Twitter users’ posts on Brexit: data

Twitter users are talking about Britain leaving the EU around twice as much as they are discussing staying in, data showed on Wednesday, as some observers look to social media to help track the likelihood of a Brexit. With polls too close to call, hashtags related to a "Leave" vote have received over 800,000 mentions, against more than 400,000 for "Remain," according to an analysis by social media monitoring tool Brandwatch. "Of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean that more people using social media will actually vote Leave and these mentions will include people who are talking about the Leave campaign but don’t necessarily support it," it added on its website.

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