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Hillary in a Word Cloud: Unethical Behavior

Hillary in a Word Cloud: Unethical Behavior

Vast Right-Wing Social Media Conspiracy

In late August we wrote about a word association survey conducted by Quinnipiac which showed the three most common words used to describe Hillary Clinton were “Liar,” “dishonest,” and “untrustworthy.” Also making high appearances were “criminal,” and “crook.”

Here is that late August word cloud:

Poll Word Cloud Association Hillary Quinnipiac 8-27-2015

The question at the time was whether Hillary could turn things around.

Based on this study commissioned by The Washington Post, the answer appears to be not yet, and the culprit is social media, Hillary Clinton is getting crushed on social media, captured in one word cloud:

[Below] is a word cloud of all mentions related to Hillary Clinton during the month of November, through midnight Eastern time.

The graphic, via our analytics partners at Zignal Labs, does not exactly highlight the kinds of words you want to see if you work at Clinton headquarters in Brooklyn.

It’s driven by the intense dislike for Clinton by activists on the left and the right, but mainly the right. Their constant drumbeat of criticism overwhelms any positive buzz that the Democratic frontrunner gets from her fans.

Here’s that word social media word cloud:

Hillary Word Cloud Social Media WaPo Dec 1 2015

WaPo concludes that maybe there is a vast right wing conspiracy:

One negative post on a critical, obscure web site, for instance, got mentioned more than 45,000 times on Twitter. Many of the other Clinton items mentioned most frequently link back to staunchly conservative sites.

Now will you people finally open Twitter and Facebook accounts?


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Three prominent Democrats are among the most corrupt federal politicians in American history: Hillary, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi.

And one Republican candidate has supported them all in the past. Go figure.

Anyone else notice “anal” in there?

What I think about HERSELF! cannot be published on a family friendly web-site.

Trump now at 36% in Reuters 5 day rolling average poll. For the past week to two weeks the mainstream media have been telling one lie after another on Donald J. Trump and Mr. Trump continued to call them on their lies. Now the public is calling them on their lies as Trump’s lead has increased to 36% with second place Ben Carson at 17%.

Trump is best, perhaps only, chance to beat Hillary. Today’s awful events in California will only make Mr. Trump go higher.

    Radegunda in reply to Gary Britt. | December 2, 2015 at 9:10 pm

    Trump said that Hillary would make a terrific president. Was he lying then, or is he lying now?

    Radegunda in reply to Gary Britt. | December 2, 2015 at 9:19 pm

    Trump claimed that he knew nothing about the reporter whose physical disability he mimicked in a mocking way. And he claimed that he was not mocking the reporter in so doing.

    He lied, and he’s too full of himself ever to admit he’s done anything wrong. He even claims that he hasn’t ever done anything that would require an apology or forgiveness.

    But Trump fans are cultists, so they make excuses for every Trump sin anyway.

      Replace the name “Trump” in your post with the name “Obama.” It’d be more accurate.

      Trump’s voters are coalescing around their anger toward the sellouts that is the GOP ‘establishment.’ The voters coalescing around Obama did so because of Bush derangement syndrome, enabled by that bozo Karl Rove. In the former, there is no syndrome: the GOP establishment actually did stab the base in the back and sold out their nation in the process, and they are now getting their just deserts. In the latter, the corrupt media just wore people down enough, and that idiot Rove hid under a rock while Bush was being destroyed.

      Rove unintentionally gave us Obama. He also unintentionally gave us Donald Trump. The establishment will never forgive him for the latter. Good.

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