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How do the Lib Dem MPs compare on Twitter? March update

Changes in position and score are since February’s figures, and the same caveats apply as before to these numbers from TweetLevel (i.e. Twitter isn’t the only thing in the world, and this isn’t the only way of measuring people’s influence on / use of Twitter):

1. (nc) nick_clegg 55 (-4)
2. (nc) joswinson 52 (nc)
3. (+3)  SandraGidley 46 (+6)
4=. (-1) lfeatherstone 44 (-2)
4=. (+1) philwillismp 44 (+2)
6. (-2) vincecable 42 (-2)
7. (+1) normanlamb 40 (+4)
8. (+1) willie_rennie 37 (+4)
9. (-2) acarmichaelmp 33 (-4)
10=. (nc). GregMulholland1 32 (nc)
10=. (+6)  jgoldsworthy 32 (+6)
10=. (+1) SusanKramer 32 (+2)
13=. (+3) mooremichaelk 30 (+4)
13=. (-1) timfarron 30 (+2)
15=. (-2) AndrewGeorgeMP 26 (-1)
15=. (-2) AnnetteBrookeMP 26 (-1)
17. (+1) ChrisHuhne 25 (nc)
18. (-5) eddaveymp 23 (-4)
19=. (+7) JLeechMP 22 (+7)
19=. (+1) PaulBurstow 22 (-1)
21. (nc) stevewebb1 22 (n/c)
22=. (+3) dannyalexander 20 (+3)
22=. (-3) lembitopik 20 (-5)
22=. (nc) thomasbrake 20 (n/c)
25=. (+2) DonFosterMP 19 (+5)
25=. (-2) PaulRowen 19 (n/c)
27. (-3) malcolmbruce 18 (n/c)

And finally, ahem, I would come in top of this table (hey, my initials are MP so why shouldn’t I be in the table?) with libdemvoice just behind joswinson. Make of that what you will…

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