Face book though still puts up the question just how many of those likes are real? All parties deny buying likes, even a small party like the PSP denied it, yet how do they explain moving from 1k like to 9k likes and then this month losing some. Which is normally a sign of those who didn't know they had been liked, unliking the page.
UKIP however have gained the most, with SNP not only being strong on Twitter but also doing well on Facebook, The Conservatives move well ahead as Labour almost stagnate. Greens are pushing the LibDems whom have stagnated with no Face book likes gained during the past three week period.
Be interested in your thoughts.
as of September 10th 9.45 am
|PARTY TWITTER ACCOUNT||AUGUSTS FOLLOWERS||SEPTEMBERS FOLLOWERS||DIFFERENCE +/-|
Liberal Democrats 910
NHA PARTY 618
FACEBOOK LIKES (when over 100,000 it is stated in thousands 1k)
|PARTY FACEBOOK PAGE||AUGUSTS LIKES||SEPTEMBERS LIKES||DIFFERENCE +/-|
|THE GREEN PARTY||76K||79K||3K|
|THE REALITY PARTY||20,585||20,647||62|
|PIRATE PARTY UK||9,547||9,551||4|
|PATRIOTIC SOCIALIST PARTY||9,141||9,127||-14|