New York or Los Angeles? Where you live says a lot about what and when you tweet

By Mayank Kejriwal

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Didn't find anything useful in this article, but, I don't tweet.

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The commen5 above highlights a problem with the study, by analysing tweets they are using a self selected group not a true cross representation of the population and thereby introducing uncontrolled variables in to the dataset.

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What a waste of an article.

You do not judge cities by tweets.

You have to live there to know the places and attitudes.

A lot of people do not use tweet or some other social media as we have a life in California.

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What a waste of an article.

You do not judge cities by tweets.

Not entirely. But in America, you can get an idea of where a city lies in the balance between right-wing extremists and left-wing extremists.

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