Brandwatch Report's that Denverites are the Happiest in the Nation.
The Twitter Happiness Report: A Study on Positive and Negative Emotions Expressed on Twitter
The perfect song, snow days, heartbreaks, unexpected disappointment and mozzarella sticks: Twitter is where we go to express how we feel.
In the following report, Brandwatch examines happiness by listening to conversations around the best and worst of days. As the capabilities of online monitoring technologies and the volume of socialdata expand each year, the opportunities and stature of social media researchalso continue to grow.
Leaders in listening, analyzing and understanding online conversations, we’re well positioned to use our technology – specifically Brandwatch Analytics – to explore the possibilities of social media research.
In this report, we begin to identify the nuances behind the way people share their moods, specifically examining how we express happiness and sadness online.
Dissecting the data revealed some fascinating insights into the factors that affect how positively people describe their days and lives
The insights shed light on the factors that affect our moods, specifically outlining:
How reported happiness differs by city, state and nation. How males and females discuss the quality of their days and lives online
How our expressions of happiness change throughout the week