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Twitter uncovers what Australians discussed most on the stage in 2017


Twitter uncovers what Australians discussed most on the stage in 2017

Turns out 2017 wound up being a decent year for devotees of K-Pop and marriage equity.

Twitter has discharged its Australian year in audit, uncovering what the nation’s clients have been discussing.

Obviously, the nation’s vote to permit LGBTQ couples to wed was among the most talked about points on the stage. The hashtag #marriageequality, positioned second behind #auspol (short for Australian legislative issues) in Twitter’s best rundown.

The nation’s most retweeted post was one by Australian Marriage Equality on Nov. 15, which came without further ado following the declaration that a greater part of the nation had voted yes.

Political issues commanded in Twitter’s most tweeted about hashtags, with #manus — alluding to the proceeding with circumstance including exiles on Manus Island — positioning third.

In fourth was #qanda, the well known political TV television show, and in fifth was #stopadani, a disagreeable coal mine set to open in Queensland.

Additionally in the best 10 was Korean pop band BTS, whose name was the ninth most tweeted hashtag in the nation. Notwithstanding, it doesn’t exactly contrast with their essence in Asia, where they had the most retweeted post in the area.

Of the genuine Australians on Twitter, performing artist Hugh Jackman is the most taken after client on the stage.

Not a long ways behind however is each of the four individuals from pop band 5 Seconds of Summer, who are all in the main ten most took after Australians on Twitter.

Indeed, on the off chance that you need to be enthusiastic about the web, simply be in a kid band.


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