Talking to ourselves


This report used data from 2,000 Twitter users who openly state their affiliation to a political party to explore the degree to which “echo chambers” exist on social media”.  The paper suggests that there is a strong connection between a user’s ideology and the users and news sources they interact with, and that offline beliefs play a key role in the way users behave online, a hypothesis that is often assumed but rarely measured.

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