Sophie Beard posted on 30 April 2021
On April 18th 2020, 12 of Europe’s biggest football teams announced they would be forming their own Super League. This was greeted with criticism from fans, football authorities and members of the UK government. So how did this affect their social media sentiment score?
We’ve looked at the Facebook pages for six of the clubs, and as expected all of their scores fell on April 19th. But less than 48 hours after the announcement, the plans for the league were dropped, and their scores have bounced back up.
The sentiment score is an indicator to include in your social media reports to highlight to clients how your audience is engaging and reacting with the brand.
What does a sentiment score look at?
And what do the scores mean?
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