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Regardless of which side of politics you are on, the country in which you live, or your socio-economic status, you will most likely have heard of Donald Trump. This analysis is an assessment of Donald Trump’s tweets, aimed at understanding the changes in his themes as he moved from being a billionaire on The Apprentice to the President of the United States of America. This analysis was performed using tweets archived on TrumpTwitterArchive.com, Stata 14 and WordStat for Stata for Mac produced by Provalis Research. This analysis was performed out of general interest and was not funded by or supported by any organisation.
A paper from the Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, Pullman, M., McGuire, K. and Cleveland, C. 2005
The advent of social media, online surveys, feedback forms and other electronic records means that we can now quickly collect massive amounts of customer experience data. The challenge for businesses is that the responses, comments and other feedback are usually in the form of unstructured text (emails, texts, tweets, Facebook comments, reviews and so on). A 2013 study by Krikorian estimated that worldwide there are more than 500 million tweets per day, while according to Facebook 1.18 billion people were active on Facebook every day in September 2016. That is a significant number of people either reading or writing unstructured text on a single platform every day. The ‘firehose’ is gushing out larger volumes of unstructured text per year.