Media Monitoring Insights into the U.S. presidency
As voters prepared to head to the polls, the candidates on the campaign trail faced increasing scrutiny, and that scrutiny does not stop after inauguration. See how LexisNexis Newsdesk® media monitoring and analysis works. Our interactive charts showcase a look back at the race to the White House and capture a 30-day or 7-day glimpse of near real-time media coverage that you can explore presidential coverage further in just a few clicks.
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Fascinated by media coverage of 2016 election campaign season? Interested in ongoing Presidential coverage? With help from our insight-generating tools, we’ll be continuing to share stories about the 2016 U.S. elections and our new President on our blog.
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Media Coverage Over Time, Share of Voice, Sentiment and Coverage by Locations Mentioned analyze media coverage for the past 30 days, from articles found on open Web sources such as websites, news sites and blogs, as well as licensed print, broadcast and Web news. Licensed news content is available to current LexisNexis Newsdesk subscribers only and will prompt login.
Social Media Coverage charts analyze 7 days of coverage from blogs, comments, Twitter®, Facebook® and Google+®. The charts are updated every 15 minutes, with new results appearing upon page refresh.