Interested article from AdWeek:

The election of President Donald Trump spurred Democrats in Congress to share more stories from national news outlets on Facebook, and to do so with more anger.

That was one of the major findings of Sharing the News in a Polarized Congress, a report released Monday by Pew Research Center.

After Republican candidate Trump took office in January, 16 percent of all Facebook posts by Democrats in Congress linked to national news stories, doubling the mark of 8 percent prior to the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Meanwhile, the needle barely moved for the victorious Republicans—9 percent of posts before the election linked to national news stories, slipping to 8 percent after the inauguration.

The mood changed drastically, as well…

Read more: How the Facebook Sharing Habits of Democrats in Congress Changed After Trump Won – Adweek

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