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Scroll down for the #SCOTUS conversation report for January 22nd, 2020 EST.

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#SCOTUS for January 22nd, 2020 EST

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coming together

When it comes to participants, we ranked 2nd among 411 conversations.

2nd

participating

In terms of the number of posts, we ranked 2nd out of 411 conversations that took place.

1st

amplification

This conversation ranked 1st out of 411 in terms of the amplification of ideas & content.

how we participated. Here's how participants reacted & engaged each other

Reactions
75%

Amplified

There were 1273 reshares, 75% of posts, during the course of the conversation.

7%

Engaged

7% of participants in this conversation engaged each other 123 times.

10%

Content

10% of participants in this conversation shared a total of 23 unique pieces of content.

quick facts.

Here are the basic facts of the conversation for for January 22nd, 2020.

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meet the influencers the movers and shakers of #SCOTUS

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the top of the list. Top influencers in the chat

IMPACT
@JudicialWatch

@JudicialWatch

Judicial Watch
A conservative non-partisan educational foundation promoting transparency, accountability, & integrity in government. Follow us on FB & Instagram: judicialwatch

@bigredwavenow

@bigredwavenow

Santa Claus Of The United States
My #PresidentT @realDonaldTrump is The 45th President of the United States of America

@RepAndyBiggsAZ

@RepAndyBiggsAZ

Rep Andy Biggs
Representing Arizona's Fighting Fifth.

about the participants. let's take a look at everyone who show'd up

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top professions what are they doing when they're not in #SCOTUS

insight

  the top participating professions
out of 74 total

writer
artist
director
government
teacher

gender an estimation of what the gender break down looks like
= 1 men or women

insight

Women

Men

about the content. the best content that was shared

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Public Schools Cannot Be Religiously Neutral, But School Choice Makes Neutrality Possible | Cato @ Liberty
Tomorrow the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Espinoza v. Montana, a case addressing state constitutional provisions that bar public funds from going to religious institutions, especially schools. There are many reasons the U.S. Supreme Court should rule in favor of school choice, but the most important is that the end that Blaine amendments are supposed to achieve — keeping government out of religion — is far better served by the measure Montana struck down than maintaining a publi

chat growth how is #SCOTUS growing over time?

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