Oscars 2016: Social media analysis

The 2016 Oscars ceremony was arguably the most discussed topic of last week.

With millions of users taking to social media to voice their opinions on who won, who didn’t win, who wore what and who said what, we’ve removed the overwhelming noise and highlighted some of the key findings from the 88th Academy Awards in our glitzy infographic below.

All data was sourced through Gorkana’s Social Media tools, utilising a 50% sample of social content.

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