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Laugh reactions and other negative interactions dominate over 80% of Biden’s Facebook post interactions

To put it simply, the Biden White House’s social media presence is dismal, with historically low interaction ratios and negative…

By Mike Johnson , in Politics Social Media US , at June 30, 2021 Tags: ,

To put it simply, the Biden White House’s social media presence is dismal, with historically low interaction ratios and negative participation. While other presidents like Obama and Trump had largely positive interaction on all of their social media channels, Biden isn’t enjoying the same praise and excitement, even with 81M voters supporting him more than any president in US history.

While we’re currently highlighting his Facebook presence, it’s also worth exploring a piece we published awhile back about the White House Youtube presence and it’s absolutely pitiful video interaction.

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Easily observable data on the White House Facebook page’s posts give you a glimpse into the mountain of laughing and angry face emojis that haunt every single post on Biden’s already low-interaction social media account.

Without further explanation, let’s dive right into the data.

A claim about ending COVID-19 and created jobs? 72% negative reactions through laugh emojis and comments.
A post from Jen Psaki? Apparently hilarious to most.
A post from Fauci about the delta variant? Overwhelmingly negative.
A post about gun violence? Pure comedy in the eyes of Facebook users who interact with the White House Facebook page.

To put things in perspective, even a mainstream comedian like Kevin Hart barely beats the Biden White House with it’s like/laugh ratio.

This post about adding jobs? The majority of users must have thought it was a joke.