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U.S. Senate   |   Organization


Relational Network
Reference Time Series
References Per Million vs. Moving Average
News Sector Distribution
Reference Share by Type News vs. Business vs. Entertainment vs. Sports vs. Other
Sentiment Analysis
Polarity Ranks vs. Subjectivity Ranks
Juxtapositions for U.S. Senate
NameCoref./Ref.
Republican
Barack Obama
House
Democratic
Rod Blagojevich
Democrats
Heatmap
Juxtapositions for U.S. Senate:

Historic (2004-11-01 to 2010-02-16)
Rank Entity Name Count Score Coref./Ref.
1 Republican 36615 207700.4
2 Barack Obama 35638 201898.2
3 House 31211 193386.0
4 Democratic 27796 164094.7
5 Rod Blagojevich 18068 141749.5
6 Democrats 22956 125597.3
7 Roland Burris 10603 92354.7
8 U.S. House 10391 91375.6
9 Illinois 12495 86334.9
10 Democrat 12093 82168.0
11 GOP 12460 81829.9
12 Republicans 13321 79008.0
13 Norm Coleman 9173 78912.2
14 Washington, DC 13867 73561.9
15 Minnesota 9631 67577.2
365 days (2009-02-16 to 2010-02-16)
Rank Entity Name Count Score Coref./Ref.
1 Barack Obama 13151 73001.9
2 Republican 9786 64409.0
3 Rod Blagojevich 6737 52868.4
4 House 7326 52095.3
5 Democratic 5991 46174.7
6 Charlie Crist 5301 44365.5
7 Democrats 6054 38246.9
8 Massachusetts 3719 35877.3
9 Roland Burris 4457 35810.0
10 GOP 4158 29753.7
11 Kennedy 2973 29232.7
12 Edward Kennedy 2560 28514.8
13 Scott Brown 2710 28369.0
14 Norm Coleman 3055 25567.7
15 Franken 2993 25358.5
30 days (2010-01-17 to 2010-02-16)
Rank Entity Name Count Score Coref./Ref.
1 Scott Brown 1900 14475.0
2 Massachusetts 1320 10734.7
3 Republican 1010 8104.4
4 Barack Obama 1010 7300.5
5 Democrats 650 5287.2
6 Democratic 550 5069.2
7 Democrat Martha Coakley 460 4419.6
8 GOP 470 4300.4
9 Edward Kennedy 400 4091.6
10 Kennedy 400 3811.2
11 House 380 3750.3
12 Ted Kennedy 300 3223.5
13 William Galvin 270 2954.4
14 Martha Coakley 320 2929.8
15 State 270 2838.3
Popularity Time Series:

References Per Million vs. Moving Average (log|linear)

Reference Share by Type News vs. Business vs. Entertainment vs. Sports vs. Other
Sentiment Analysis for U.S. Senate:

Polarity Ranks vs. Subjectivity Ranks
Positive Raw Counts vs. Negative Raw Counts (log|linear)
Where is U.S. Senate HOT?:


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