The politicians in Lebanon are adopting Twitter in a higher rate and lager groups, and they are spending more time every now and then on commutating with the people via Social Media. As such, we are analyzing the overall political body that is active on Twitter, as of 31 March 2012, Â as a follow up to our original post â€œWhen Lebanese Politicians Tweetâ€
Note that only PM Najib Mikati and Sheikh Saad Hariri have verified their accounts by Twitter, but the other politicians may be in the process.Â The politicians accounts included in the study look like they are the official accounts.
Now we have analyzed the rest of the Lebanese Politicians using Twitter like: Nicolas Sehnaoui, Ziyad Baroud, Antoine Haddad and others.Â It is noteworthy how Lebanese Politicians embraced Twitter so fast maybe wishing to find the missing link of contact between them and the people. Twitter after all is the channel to share your news and to stay connected to people you like to stay updated to their news.
Today, active on Twitter are politician Antoine Haddad with 1,690 tweets since he joined Twitter, next comes Minister Nicola Sehnaoui with total Tweets of 841 followed by politician Samir Geagea with 678 Tweets
Politicians Misbah Ahdab and Ahmad El Hariri are both at 492 Tweets.
In terms of the number of Followers, the notable accounts are: Ziyad Baroud with sum of 28,350 Followers, followed by Samy Gemayel with sum of 12,566 Followers, Samir Geagea with 12,027 Followers, Misbah Ahdab 6,892 Followers, and then Fuad Siniora with 6,822 Followers.
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