Negative Vaccine Views Spread More Easily on Twitter, Study Finds

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A Pennsylvania State University study finds that negative views on vaccinations spread more easily on Twitter than positive views.

Carla Gentry CSPO‘s insight:

The researchers found that people exposed to more anti-vaccination opinions on Twitter expressed more negative views on the subject, while those who received more pro-vaccination tweets were not as quick to adopt a positive view on the subject.

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