The general election has entered the final sprint stage. Recently, the social media in the United States has shown a very interesting phenomenon. Different social app users have different support for the two. A series of public opinion surveys conducted between August and October show who Americans will vote in the 2020 election, as can be seen from their preferences and behaviors on social media. < / P > < p > users who call themselves twitter and tiktok are more likely to vote for Biden, while active Facebook users are more likely to support trump. The survey found that those who post videos more frequently or like to comment are more likely to become trump supporters, while those who just browse the website to watch videos prefer Biden. < / P > < p > those who check twitter at least once a day have the highest preference for Biden, while those who post or share links on Facebook at least once a week generally prefer trump. < / P > < p > based on nine public opinion surveys conducted between August 8 and October 12, the survey focused on respondents who indicated that they were likely to vote. A total of 10077 respondents voted, 8623 of whom said they had registered to vote and 8321 said they were very likely to vote. The respondents were asked who they were going to vote for in November and other questions. The survey graphically shows the overall support rating of trump or Biden among all possible voters, and the difference is statistically based on the support ratings of those who agree to show their social media usage. There is a big deviation between the tendency of Twitter users and the general respondents. Those who check twitter at least once a day are most likely to say that they will vote for Biden, 20 percentage points more than the average respondents. < p > < p > Facebook is a typical “red state” in social media platforms. Among those who post every week, the proportion of people who will vote for trump is 10% higher than that of the whole, and the proportion of users who check Facebook once a day supports trump by 5%. < p > < p > Facebook has always been in the red camp. Since 2016, Facebook has been the “main front” of Trump’s campaign. < / P > < p > according to wayback, as of early October, the number of people who liked Facebook Trump’s campaign page increased by 164% from 11 million to 29 million between 2016 and 2020. That’s far ahead of Biden, who has only half of Hillary Clinton’s 6 million likes in October 2016. By contrast, tiktok users are more likely to be in the Biden camp, and users who use tiktok on a daily and weekly basis are more likely to identify with the candidate. This is likely due to the large number of young users of the platform, but it is likely to change over time. < / P > < p > many young people on tiktok have publicly declared war on trump online. The official trump 2020 app now has a score of 1.2 stars (out of 5 stars). < p > < p > Dejuan Booker, a small Internet star on tiktok, has called on his 750000 fans to take revenge on Trump’s actions. He specially published an introductory article on how to lower the application rating, teaching fans to give Trump’s campaign app a low score, with 5.6 million visits. < / P > < p > “generation Z will not fall without a fight,” Booker says. “Let’s go to war. If an app takes a star, it will be completely removed from the official store. ” The poll also found an interesting phenomenon: on all platforms, those who claim to post regularly on the website are less likely to support Biden than those who claim to just browse the web. < / P > < p > this phenomenon is best demonstrated on YouTube: users who regularly review each week show that they are 3 percentage points more likely to support trump, while those who just check YouTube every day are 7 percentage points more likely to appear in Biden’s camp. In summary, the pure viewers on YouTube are blue and the reviewers are red. The team of Mozilla and SMAT (Social Media Analysis Toolkit) has created a free interactive web map that reveals the interaction of American politicians on twitter. < / P > < p > you can click on a single node (a node represents an account), or search for a specific twitter account to see the user’s interaction. Their interaction is divided into two parts, one is to show the “outward” activity of the account they mentioned and replied to, and the other part is the “inward” activity of users who reply and refer to them. < / P > < p > some interesting facts can be found in this way. By contrast, Biden interacts most often with his allies and opponents, while trump prefers to communicate with the media. < / P > < p > by looking more deeply at the “inward” activity tag, we can see some suspicious behavior, such as a Biden hater with the largest interaction replying to him thousands of times in a row. Isn’t it crazy… The iPhone 12 keynote has been recorded in Apple park