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Clinton and Trump prove social analytics are predictive analytics

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Election Tech: Clinton and Trump prove social analytics are predictive analytics

The Democratic and Republican presidential nominees faced tough challengers but lead in polling and online for the duration of the campaign. These are the top social media trends from the primaries.

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