Top 5 mentioned Facebook terms/phrases in the U.S. as of 11:30 p.m. ET.
Most-mentioned terms on Facebook in the U.S. between 3-9 p.m. ET.
According to National exit polls, more men say they voted for Romney, while more women say they voted for Obama. Younger voters skew toward Obama, while older voters skew toward Romney.
More people on Facebook are talking about Obama today than Romney. Obama is dominating the conversation in 42 states and the District of Columbia. Click through to dive into the data in real-time.
The top 10 most mentioned terms on Facebook in the U.S. are all related to the elections.
The five top trending Facebook terms in the U.S. within the last 12 hours are vote, Obama, Election Day, Romney and line. Obama is getting more than 105% more mentions than Romney.
With Election Day just hours away, the election has dominated Facebook chatter among users in the United States.
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According to a CNN National Poll, Romney and Obama are in a dead heat. Forty-nine percent of likely voters support each candidate.
The winning presidential candidate has won Ohio in every election since 1964, and no Republican has ever won the presidency without carrying Ohio. According to a CNN/ORC International survey released Friday, President Barack Obama holds a three point advantage over Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the contest for Ohio’s 18 electoral votes. Fifty-percent of likely voters questioned in the poll say they are backing the president, with 47% supporting the former Massachusetts governor. Obama’s three-point edge is within the survey’s sampling error.
Hiring increased last month, while the unemployment rate ticked higher, according to a report released just four days before the presidential election. The economy added 171,000 jobs in October, while the unemployment ticked up to 7.9, from 7.8% in September, the Labor Department said Friday. Economists surveyed by CNNMoney had expected employers to add 125,000 positions in the month and unemployment to inch up to 7.9%.