It’s been a couple of months since we discussed politics or the election on our blog; however, we continue to monitor the influence of various sites and voices using InfluenceMonitor™ and have seen the below results in this past week which are interesting.
Table 1 below shows the top 15 influential voices on politics in the UK. It also shows their change in influence since last week.
Table 1 - Top 15 Voices on Politics (UK) – W/C 4th Oct 2010
Table 2 shows the 10 voices that gained the most influence since last week.
Table 2 - Top 10 Gainers since last week
Mentioned in the above listings are: Guardian, www.guardian.co.uk BBC, www.bbc.co.uk Telegraph, www.telegraph.co.uk BBC News, www.news.bbc.co.uk, Independent, www.independent.co.uk Daily Mail, www.dailymail.co.uk Total Politics, www.totalpolitics.com FT, www.ft.com LibDemVoice, www.libdemvoice.org News Statesman, www.newstatesman.com Iain Dale, www.iaindale.blogspot.com Telegraphs Blogs, www.blogs.telegraph.co.uk Conservative Home, www.conservativehome.blogs.com Spectator, www.spectator.co.uk LabourList, www.labourlist.org Jewish Chronicle, www.thejc.com Guido Fawkes’ Blog, www.order-order.com Paul Waugh, Evening Standard, www.waugh.standard.co.uk Taxpayers Alliance, www.taxpayersalliance.com Number 10, www.number10.gov.uk This is London, www.thisislondon.co.uk FT Blogs, www.blogs.ft.com Scottish National Party, www.snp.org