Presidential Predictions: Sanders, Clinton and Carson Compete for News Traffic

Our data-driven analysis of Americans’ online lives continues with our second deep dive into U.S. electorates’ online searching, browsing and information seeking behaviors. Our underlying goal is [...]

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Data-Driven Presidential Predictions: Twitter Brings Ted Cruz to Center Stage

Our investigation of the U.S. electorates’ online behavior continues with our second presidential infographic. We want to determine what, if any, discrepancies can be found between voters’ online [...]

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Elections in the Digital Age: Can Online Behavior Predict the next POTUS?

The race to the White House is officially underway, meaning newscycles are inundated with poll data attempting to predict who will win the 2016 Presidential Election. At Jumpshot, we wondered how [...]

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The Searching, Shopping & Streaming Behaviors of Online Daters

Thanks to the internet, people no longer have to rely on matchmaker friends or awkward blind dates to find their significant others. Online dating has become mainstream – and matchmaking [...]

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