Map: Watching Americans Share Their Votes On Twitter

They came, they voted, they tweeted.

We’ve all seen a ton of “I Voted” stickers today, but the vote bragging is also happening on social media. Simon Rogers, Twitter’s data editor, created this map using geotagged tweets with the hashtag #IVoted or the words “I voted” starting at 6 a.m. on election day. (It’s unclear how many of them were tweeted by cats):


h/t Simon Rogers



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