Twitter Data Editor Simon Rogers shared some major findings this week about what tweeting has revealed about us all.
That’s right, Twitter went through hundreds of billions tweets to analyze when people feel the happiest based on when they tweeted the word “happy.”
They also searched for the words “sad,” “late for work” and “hungover,” in similar analyses.
No word yet on whether Pharrell‘s Happy messed up results! LOL!
For instance, here’s a little graph showing the use and frequency of the word “happy” throughout the week:
According to their findings, the happiest time of the year is usually in the second half.
So when was the happiest month of year? December! Who doesn’t love the Holidays? Well, quite a few people, actually. In fact many negative tweets arise during this time of the year as well.
Late for work? That usually happens in the middle of the week in July and Fridays in January.
Hungover? Sundays in March (Mardi Gras and St. Paddy’s time of the year) as well as Thursdays and Fridays in November are typical mornings that are rough for some people.
What an inneresting study!
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