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THE LAST "PREZ POWER 100" LEADERBOARD WAS PUBLISHED ON MARCH 26, 2020 (2020-03-26), BECAUSE THE PUBLISHER, A FORMER CRITICAL CARE REGISTERED NURSE, JOINED THE BUCKS COUNTY MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS AS A VOLUNTEER AWAITING DEPLOYMENT FOR THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
Find out who's who in the race for President of the United States of America in 2020 with the Prez Power 100 Leaderboard. Discover the social media influencers among us.
Each week the Prez Power 100 recognizes the social media accounts of the presidential candidates and vice-presidential contenders so you can follow them, join the community and learn more.
We use Kred scores to rank influencers. Kred takes into account social media activity and engagement. Both Kred and Followers data are collected the last day of the weekly reporting period, Thursday, U.S. Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5), but the Leaderboard Bulletin is published in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) with ISO date format. Unlike with Kred data, Followers data are informational only; not used in computation of the Power Score.
CLICK on an individual's name for their Twitter account and their detailed analytics.
The field with the heading "Debated," which debuted 2019-06-27, is the number of times that a candidate has completed either a nationally televised or streamed debate, which the publisher in his sole discretion deems legitimate by organization, moderation, and sponsorship. All such debates appear as dated entries on the "Presidential Race for Social Media Influencer Power" sophisticated animation accessible from a link on the Leaderboard home page.
To promote transparency and U.S. academic research, .csv files for all Leaderboards are available for download from the Leaderboard BLOG. The .csv files are byproduct output, not input, from each weekly Leaderboard.
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