A measure for the reaction of the press The Trump Media Index (TMI) and the measures the reactions of the international press to statements and actions of Donald Trump based on the number of published news articles.
The most recent U.S. news The Latest Buzz shows the most recent news in the U.S. press about Donald Trump. The hot buzz icon shows that the respective headline contains one of the current ten most mentioned buzzwords.
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What’s hot in the Trump talk? The Top 10 Buzzwords show which topics currently receive the most attention measured in Buzz Points. By clicking on the respective buzzword, the headlines containing the buzzword are displayed.
The web application “Donald Says” presents the response of the U.S. and international press to the remarks and actions of the former President of the United States, Donald Trump. The web application provides a trump-related news analysis covering current topics, development of new trends and the development of new trends informed media impact of the Trump presidency.
America first As part of the news analysis, 42 U.S. and 104 international RSS newsfeeds are evaluated every 10 minutes. The focus on news analysis is on the U.S. American press. The number of Trump related news articles, current headlines and buzzword trends provide information on current U.S. news developments.
Calculation of the TMI index points Unfortunately, the number of published Trump news articles is usually in the three digits. The Dow Jones always has a larger value in the five-digit range. To change this, an incredibly scientific formula has been developed to make the number of published Trump news articles great again.
The application of the specially developed incredibly scientific formula also known as Trump Factor (TF) to the number of published Trump articles leads to the TMI index points and the Trump Media Index. The Trump Media Index at time t (TMIt) reflects the scale of Donald Trump related international news coverage. The absolute number of Donald Trump related articles at time t (At) are multiplied with the Trump Factor (TF).
TMIt: coverage at time t
fi: total number of floors of building i
hi: height of building i
fi+hi = 58 + 202
p: number of (ex-)wifes
m: model factor
c: celebrity factor
pm+c = 32+1
b: billionaire‘s factor
b = 3.5
At: number of articles at time t
x: number of Walk of fame stars
N: total number of Walk of Fame stars
Sn: Walk of Fame star number
private jet parameter:
a1: number of small sized airplanes
a2: number of medium sized airplanes
a3: number of large sized airplanes
ea1+a2+a3 = e0+0+1
From news cofeve to attention index The Trump Media Index (TMI) measures the amount of coverage of Donald Trump. At the same time, the TMI represents the reaction of the press to Donald Trump‘s actions and statements in the currency of our time: attention.
Big buzz matters The bar graph contrasts the amount of press reaction and illustrate whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden has a bigger buzz. The bar chart shows the current size of the buzz while the line chart shows the buzz size over the last 24 hours. A ■ blue area shows that Joe Biden has a larger buzz. A ■ red area shows that Donald Trump has a larger buzz.
Donald Trump head photo (above): “Donald Trump speaking at CPAC 2011 in Washington, D.C.”, “Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Prescott Valley Event Center in Prescott Valley, Arizona”, “Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Prescott Valley Event Center in Prescott Valley, Arizona”, “Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the South Point Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada” by Gage Skidmore are licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0