This is a part of a series where we pick data from the MTS Election Tracker, crunch numbers and build a graphical representation of them. We have used Konnect Social to track the data along with support from our knowledge partner,Social Rajneeti. Read other articles about Election tracker here.
Indian Democracy is all set to undergo the process of political revolution by the end of May 2014. As the biggest political clash of the year draws in closer, political parties have escalated their efforts to reach out to voters on social media networks.
The strong possibility of a split in the popular vote between Congress, BJP and AAP has added to the importance of social media users as a community, providing the political parties an opportunity to register their presence in the minds and hearts of social media populace.
BJP,on Social Media, has reached the pinnacle wherein the stage is set for them to engage with users and gain votes by tangible conversions. AAP and Congress are still picking up, but the question still prevails- Is BJP shining on Social Media ? Let’s take a look in this report: