2020 Social Media Voter Scorecard

Year of production: 2020

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This election year — and every election year — it’s best to get information straight from nonpartisan news outlets (they can be sued for reporting false information) and to check primary sources. But since social media is going to be filled with election info these next couple of months, here’s a look at how different platforms are handling the flood of videos, memes, and hashtags and what you can do to get the most out of social this election season. Check back, as platform policies may change.
Check out the overview below, and see details by platform.


Common Sense Media

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