With the elections coming up this Tuesday, social media plays a big part in who could possibly win the upcoming presidential election. Candidates are using sites like Facebook and Twitter to help with their campaigns. Opinions are being voiced by the younger generations through sites like Facebook and Twitter.
According to CNN, Hilary Clinton is currently leading Donald Trump by 2. A Fox News Survey published shows Clinton winning by 41%, Trump 39%, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein 9% and 4% respectively.
Both Trump and Clinton are utilizing blogs, Facebook and Twitter to help with their campaigns. Trump’s page on Facebook has over 12 million likes. His Twitter has over 13 million followers. Clinton’s page on Facebook has over 7 million likes. Her Twitter page has 10 million followers. The polls may show her ahead for now but with the elections only tomorrow anything could happen. Trump has been shown to be gaining ground on her in these last few days coming up until the election.
Social media reflects the support of the younger generations on who will win the 2016 presidential elections. Social media is an accurate representation of the opinions of the younger generations today. The young generations of voter base make up a high number of voters.
Social media is the best way to reach modern day voters. Today’s voters use social media more than any other outlet. Social media is how modern day voters keep up with what is going on around them.