It’s that time of year again- families around the States are saying thanks, brining turkey, and lining up for Black Friday. Before digging in, we thought we’d take a quick look at how social is feeling about Thanksgiving 2014.
Key Concepts include happy, thankful, family, food, and of course, turkey. It looks like yet again, Christmas takes the stage a bit early this, mentioned 32,999 in conjunction with Thanksgiving.
Overall mentions about Thanksgiving total 294,508 since October 20th, peaking on November 17th at 11,621.
A quick media breakdown indicates that most conversations are happening on Twitter, which currently comprises 75% of total mentions.
Traced back to a 1621 celebration of good harvest at Plymouth in present-day Massachusetts, Thanksgiving is celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Our geographical coverage shows an overwhelming majority of mentions coming from the United States.
With two days to go, girls are handling 60% of the buzz this year on Twitter and Facebook.
It comes as no surprise that sentiment is overwhelming positive, at 81%. It’s safe to say that social media likes vacation days, poultry, and being grateful.
And finally, a few exemplary Thanksgiving tweets:
Happy Turkey Day, and many thanks from Digimind!