July 1st 2019
That’s the full list >1000x. Bill de Blasio is next at 494 mentions. As we are growing accustomed to seeing, it’s 6:1 top to bottom (Inslee x 6 roughly equals Warren).
These are for documents we processed on June 27th, 28th, or 29th. (An advantage for the first debaters, two days to three, but not huge.)
By Sunday, June 30, the order is not much changed: Warren, Biden, Sanders, Buttigieg, Harris, Booker, Castro, Ryan, Gabbard, O’Rourke, Klobuchar, Inslee, Delaney. De Blasio 421 for the day. Also interesting, “Senator Elizabeth Warren”, and “Senator Bernie Sanders”, but “President Joe Biden”. Of course, that’s a combination of “[hypothetical] President Joe Biden” and “Vice President Joe Biden”.
Mentions are certainly not the full story. Although negative attention can be a long-run positive, and positive attention can fade, there’s not a lot good when someone says “XYZ should not still be in this field.”
Also, immediate reactions are not as interesting as the following week (beware as well of early polling results). But one has to wait to see what happens over the next week. It’s AMERICAN IDOL, not FAMILY FEUD. One can be forgiven for confusing the two.
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