Who is triumphing (hashtag)election2019 in the social media wars?
Well, at the quit of week one of the campaign, Labor leader Bill Shorten is getting plenty of likes on Facebook. However, Prime Minister Scott Morrison is (hashtag)blessed with the most engagement on Instagram.
The social media systems have released insights from the primary week of campaigning, revealing what is getting Australians speaking.
Mr. Shorten got the most engagement on Facebook, accompanied by Scott Morrison and One Nation chief Pauline Hanson.
Over on Instagram, though, the top politicians based on engagement were Mr. Morrison, accompanied by Mr. Shorten, then freshly-retired former overseas minister Julie Bishop, and deputy Labor chief Tanya Plibersek, which former top minister Tony Abbott completes the top five.
Some of the most buzzed-about content on the photo-sharing app is while the pollies get non-public, including a snap of Mr. Morrison whipping breakfast for his kids.
But what were voters speaking about?
The Adani coal mine turned into a dominant communication on Facebook, in conjunction with exchange deals with China and Indonesia, even as homelessness, welfare, and the dwelling fee also cracked the maximum-talked-about troubles platform.
Across Facebook and Instagram, the lead hashtags had been (hashtag)climate-change and (hashtag)stop Adani on surroundings-associated posts, even as the union-led (hashtag)change the rules marketing campaign and the prime minister’s nickname (hashtag). Some were a number of the most popular standard tags.