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The fast-paced social networking ‘Twitter’ became depressing lately, as most of the tweets posted are about U.S. fiscal cliff.
Hootsuite, a social media management company said that most of users’ tweets are either fear, sadness, or anger regarding the “cliff”.
Hootsuite has been following Twitter activities during December regarding the fiscal cliff, also reveled that 86 percent of tweets mostly reflect their sadness or grief over the “federal deficit"
President Barack Obama opened a new front on Wednesday in the battle between Democrats and Republicans over the best way to avoid the year-end "fiscal cliff", and asked people to tweet their opinions about “tax increases” and “spending cuts” using hashtag ’My2k’.
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