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Alcohol, Cigarettes, And Pot-Related New Year’s Resolutions On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

Alcohol, Cigarettes, And Pot-Related New Year's Resolutions On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

The folks at DrugAbuse.com took a look at the number of people on Twitter pledging to quit drinking, smoking or doing drugs as their New Year’s resolution.

They examined a random sampling of tweets from the weeks before and after the new year for both 2013 and 2014, looking for common slang and phrases pertaining to tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana in order to assign tweets to these categories. The results are displayed in the infographic below.

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The Twitter Buzz Around 2014 New Year’s Resolutions [STATS]

The Twitter Buzz Around 2014 New Year's Resolutions

Social media analysis firm Crimson Hexagon has been tracking Twitter conversation around New Year’s resolutions, and found that since December 28, around when buzz started to peak about the topic, there have been more than 349,000 expressed opinions about New Year’s resolutions on Twitter.

Here’s a breakdown of the data.

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How Twitter Can Help You Keep Your Resolutions

Did you resolve to be a better you in some way this 2013? Though many people poo poo resolutions as a silly practice, just as many make – and break – these ill-conceived self-promises each year.

If you’re a “resolver,” take heart. Twitter is going to help you keep your resolutions. And if you’re someone who “resolves” things, you’ll probably like what they suggest.

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