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#Election2020: The First Public Twitter Dataset on the 2020 US Presidential Election [article]

Emily Chen, Ashok Deb, Emilio Ferrara
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Our dataset is available at: https://github.com/echen102/us-pres-elections-2020  ...  Our dataset release is curated, documented and will be constantly updated on a weekly-basis, until the November 3, 2020 election and beyond.  ...  Inspired by the impact that our similar initiative to share a COVID-19 Twitter dataset had (Chen, Lerman, and Ferrara 2020) , in this paper, we briefly document the first public release of our electionrelated  ... 
arXiv:2010.00600v1 fatcat:6ne5obfpvbahhccmhhjmetcux4

#Election2020: the first public Twitter dataset on the 2020 US Presidential election

Emily Chen, Ashok Deb, Emilio Ferrara
2021 Journal of Computational Social Science  
Our dataset is available at: https://github.com/echen102/us-pres-elections-2020.  ...  The dataset also focuses on presidential and vice-presidential candidates, the presidential elections and the transition from the Trump administration to the Biden administration.  ...  Ethical approval This data collection is based on public data and is registered as IRB exempt by the University of Southern California IRB (approved protocol UP-17-00610).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42001-021-00117-9 pmid:33824934 pmcid:PMC8017518 fatcat:p5pavcnpwze2vl4vfmlatbisja

Studying the Community of Trump Supporters on Twitter during the 2020 US Presidential Election via Hashtags #maga and #trump2020

Huu Dat Tran
2021 Journalism and Media  
and #trump2020 on Twitter to better understand Donald Trump, his community of supporters, and their political discourse and activities in the political context of the 2020 US presidential election. (2)  ...  Social network analysis of a sample of 220,336 tweets from 96,820 unique users, posted between 27 October and 2 November 2020 (i.e., one week before the general election day) was conducted. (3) The most  ...  the #maga and #trump2020 community on Twitter during the 2020 US presidential election were bots.  ... 
doi:10.3390/journalmedia2040042 fatcat:2dekor3mgbgpthlyz25e6chzqe

VoterFraud2020: a Multi-modal Dataset of Election Fraud Claims on Twitter [article]

Anton Abilov, Yiqing Hua, Hana Matatov, Ofra Amir, Mor Naaman
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The wide spread of unfounded election fraud claims surrounding the U.S. 2020 election had resulted in undermining of trust in the election, culminating in violence inside the U.S. capitol.  ...  Under these circumstances, it is critical to understand the discussions surrounding these claims on Twitter, a major platform where the claims were disseminated.  ...  Added on 11/03 #stopthesteal Table 4 : Hashtags and keywords related to election fraud.  ... 
arXiv:2101.08210v2 fatcat:n3vviliwyffltfy7e4hwus7jj4

Analysis of Twitter and YouTube during USelections 2020 [article]

Alexander Shevtsov, Maria Oikonomidou, Despoina Antonakaki, Polyvios Pratikakis, Sotiris Ioannidis
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The presidential elections in the United States on 3 November 2020 have caused extensive discussions on social media.  ...  In this study, we obtain approximately 17.5M tweets containing 3M users, based on prevalent hashtags related to US election 2020, as well as the related YouTube links, contained in the Twitter dataset,  ...  November3rd etc.) regarding the US elections on 3 November 2020 and obtain the Twitter corpus through Twitter API.  ... 
arXiv:2010.08183v4 fatcat:scmoqvuenbegnnvgrngxdqgau4

Down the bot hole: Actionable insights from a one-year analysis of bot activity on Twitter

Luca Luceri, Felipe Cardoso, Silvia Giordano
2021 First Monday  
Ferrara, 2020. “#election2020: The first public Twitter dataset on the 2020 US presidential election,” arXiv :2010.00600 (1 October), at https://arxiv.org/abs/2010.00600, accessed 11 February 2021.  ...  2020), in the 2020 U.S. presidential election debate on Twitter.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v26i3.11441 dblp:journals/firstmonday/LuceriCG21 fatcat:2krdpirbhbdszizy5ftn3vnsd4