Yesterday we looked at how discussion about the #RoyalBaby on Twitter had reached such a frenzy that it had even usurped tweets sent to and about the network’s most popular user, Justin Bieber.
Indeed, since the birth of the baby, and the reveal about the gender (it’s a boy, btw – you’re welcome), Bieber has been left even further in its dust. But which country has been most excited about the news?
If you guessed the UK, then you’d be wrong. It’s the U.S. that has been tweeting most excitedly about the #RoyalBaby, sending almost three times as many tweets as second-placed Britain, with France third, as this infographic from Marketing Robot reveals, citing data from Topsy.
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