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BLACK MONEY 
IN SOCIAL MEDIA 
MENTIONS IN7 DAYS 
BLACK MONEY:74K14K#Blackmoney 
MOST USED HASHTAG 
5.3K 
MENTIONS GIVING C...
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Black Money of India is buzzing on Social Media

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Few days back, when the Indian government declared the names of three holders who allegedly had black money in their account, Indian masses were taken by surprise and started venting out their anger, opinions and shaming the ruling party on making false promises.

Needless to say that once again, social media was the preferred platform to fire opinions on this subject.

At Simplify360, we conducted a research to find out how and in what way people are talking on this topic, and here is what we found.

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Black Money of India is buzzing on Social Media

  1. 1. BLACK MONEY IN SOCIAL MEDIA MENTIONS IN7 DAYS BLACK MONEY:74K14K#Blackmoney MOST USED HASHTAG 5.3K MENTIONS GIVING CREDIT TO PM NARENDRA MODI 5.8K MENTIONS GIVING CREDIT TO FM ARUN JAITLEY 9KMENTIONS BLAMING CONGRESS 8.2KMENTIONS APPRECIATING BJP 1.2KMENTIONS GIVING CREDIT TO AAP 5.5% 2.2% 1.6% 1.9% 2.1% 1.7% 61%AUSTRAILIA INDIA UAE GERMANY UK US CANADA AGE GROUP CHANNELS Simplify360 Platform is used to monitor and analyse. Simplify360 is the World’s leading Social Business Intelligence company facilitating Social Media Listening, Analytics and CRM for Enterprises, BPOs and Media Agencies.
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Few days back, when the Indian government declared the names of three holders who allegedly had black money in their account, Indian masses were taken by surprise and started venting out their anger, opinions and shaming the ruling party on making false promises. Needless to say that once again, social media was the preferred platform to fire opinions on this subject. At Simplify360, we conducted a research to find out how and in what way people are talking on this topic, and here is what we found.

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