This vs. that - November 9: Friday night, then – This is how November 8's results stacked up. There was a bigger divide between "get high" and "get drunk" in this chart, compared to what we are seeing from January 17. The age spread was less even in November, too.
This vs. that: November 11 - Symbolism – We also looked at the symbolism of the hawk and dove. More people are talking about the hawk, and with slightly different age groups in this case, than those talking about the dove.
This vs. that: November 7 - Rewind – This chart looks at the difference a day can make. Blockbuster got 9,000 mentions on November 5 and 43,000 mentions on November. By contrast, video-streaming service Netflix got 86,000 mentions. There was a slight increase in the percentage of women talking about Blockbuster over that day, as well.
This vs. that: November 5 - Election 2013 – With Election 2013 bringing voters to the polls in several states, CNN decided to take a look at two prominent candidates. These maps shows Facebook mentions of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (top) and Terry McAuliffe, a gubernatorial candidate in Virginia, over the span of 10 days starting at noon on October 26. Darker shades represent greater numbers of mentions per capita. Christie got 128,000 mentions (about 45,000 from New Jersey), while McAuliffe got 121,000 (about 28,700 of them came from Virginia).
This vs. that: November 4 - Off to the polls? – Voters in some states will be heading to the polls on November 5, 2013, with two big contests taking place in Virginia and New Jersey. On Facebook, the phrase "not voting" was mentioned significantly more than the phrase "am voting" among U.S. Facebook users over the past week. There were noticeable age and gender differences in each category. The caveat is we don't know the specific context of the phrases in this case.