How fans reacted to Chelsea’s sacking of Jose Mourinho on Twitter

TheySay data analysis shows how the football world reacted to news of Jose Mourinho’s sacking by Chelsea on Twitter. “More that 14,000 tweets were analysed by advanced linguistics tool TheySay to determine whether there was a negative or positive sentiment from users surrounding the decision – and the result suggest that most football fans were…

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TheySay sentiment analysis on the parliamentary vote for Syria bombing

While MPs were debating air strikes in Syria, TheySay have been monitoring social media sentiment about David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter. “According to social media analysts TheySay, Cameron’s refusal to apologise about his “terrorist sympathisers” comment enraged Twitter. Analysing 72,483 tweets, they found his approval ratings plummeted from 61 per cent two weeks…

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John Lewis Christmas Advert 2015 Has Landed

John Lewis new Christmas advert has been released. TheySay sentiment analysis for “Man on the Moon” on Twitter showed there was overwhelmingly positive reaction to the ad. “TheySay Ltd – a social media sentiment analysis tool from computer science experts at Oxford University – analysed 4,000+ mentions on Twitter in the first 45 minutes, with…

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Negative sentiment surrounding VW soars

Following revelations that nearly 11 million of Volkswagen cars are fitted with the software that dupes diesel emissions testing, negative sentiment expressed towards the company via social media has been rising. “Roughly 122K tweets were analysed surrounding the VW revelations. On the 29th September 56.96% of tweets were positive, prior to the figures on how many…

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Twitter has created an entirely new Wall Street ecosystem — here are the companies leading the way

Not all social signals are created equal and traders are turning to Twitter to get in front of big market-moving trends. “Chief Technology Officer Karo Moilanen told Business Insider that Twitter, via Gnip, is the “main” social sentiment driver right, now, but that one day startups in the industry could take their analytics to Weibo….

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Why a bad press will not bother Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has suffered the worst press any new political leader has suffered in modern times after his election and he has even been called “a threat to national security” in Conservatives’ attack adverts. “Looking at Mr Corbyn’s social media statistics, you begin to see why he seems indifferent to the headlines. According to TheySay,…

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TheySay captures the Corbyn moment

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TheySay Preps Price-Sentiment Combo Analysis Platform for 2016

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Bugiardi tremate, un nuovo software è capace di smascherarvi

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