What audience intelligence data tells us about the 2020 US presidential election

In an election year that seems to be filled with more drama, public health crises, protests, natural disasters, scandals, and gaffes than ever before, everyone is on the edge of their seats to find out who will become the next US president. But with a first presidential debate that was so difficult to watch, even Pence’s fly didn’t want any part of it/had better things to do, it was hard to pinpoint any … ehummm clear policy stances.  That’s why we decided to take a closer look at which issues the public, the media, and the candidates themselves are talking… This story continues at The Next Web

What audience intelligence data tells us about the 2020 US presidential election

In an election year that seems to be filled with more drama, public health crises, protests, natural disasters, scandals, and gaffes than ever before, everyone is on the edge of their seats to find out who will become the next US president. But with a first presidential debate that was so difficult to watch, even Pence’s fly didn’t want any part of it/had better things to do, it was hard to pinpoint any … ehummm clear policy stances.  That’s why we decided to take a closer look at which issues the public, the media, and the candidates themselves are talking…

This story continues at The Next Web