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Ron Paul Tops Twitter, New Pew Study Shows

NEW YORK -- Ron Paul's never garnered as much media attention as other Republican presidential candidates, even after placing second in the Ames Straw Poll and remaining at the top of the pack in Iowa. And when Paul's name does come up on cable news chats, it's often in the context of being unelectable or a fringe candidate.

For Paul, who's long enjoyed a strong following online, the social media conversation has been much kinder than the national media's coverage. Pew's Project for Excellence for Journalism, in a new study analyzing more than 20 million election-related tweets from May through November, found that Paul "fared far better" than any other Republican candidate. Paul was referred to positively in 55 percent of the 1.1 million assessments about him on Twitter studied during this period. Only 15 percent of those assessments were negative, and 30 percent were neutral.

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Deleted my post. :) Old news I guess.

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I'm sure his numbers are even better than this.

[sarcasm alert] Yeah, those Paulbots...

....have figured out how to mass produce positive Twits.

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Nobody really cares about the other candidates

Because the other candidates don't care about Americans, they want to sell them out at every opportunity- especially Newt Grinch.

Meanwhile, Ron Paul is loved and adored by hundreds of thousands of people dedicated to the cause of liberty.

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