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Infographic – How Social Media Reacted to State Of The Union 2016

Last night, President Obama delivered his last State of the Union (SOTU) speech as President of the United States. Obama began his final State of the Union not with a big policy promise but with a small one: to keep his speech brief.

His speech may have been brief at the Capitol Hill building but it had a huge rippling effect on social media.

With a total of 6.2 billion social impressions, SOTU engaged with 330.6K users (23 per minute) on social media.

Total Activity Details

If you missed the speech, we have rounded up some interesting insights that can help you understand which topics resulted in a spike of social activity and had the biggest impact on audiences across the United States of America.

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