Adam G. Hughes
Adam G. Hughes
Research Scientist, Facebook
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Sizing up Twitter users
S Wojcik, A Hughes
Pew Research Center 24, 2019
1502019
Socializer or signal?, how agency accreditation affects organizational culture
MP Teodoro, AG Hughes
Public Administration Review 72 (4), 583-591, 2012
252012
facts about Americans and Twitter
A Hughes, S Wojcik
Pew research center, 10
2410
How Twitter users compare to the general public
S Wojcik, A Hughes
Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Tech, 2019
222019
5 Facts About U.S. Political Donations
A Hughes
https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/05/17/5-facts-about-u-s-political …, 2017
10*2017
A small group of prolific users account for a majority of political tweets sent by US adults
A Hughes
Pew Research Center Fact Tank. https://pewrsr, 2019
82019
Highly ideological members of Congress have more Facebook followers than moderates do
A Hughes, O Lam
Pew Research Center, 2017
82017
Sizing Up Twitter Users. Pew Research Center; 2019
S Wojcik, A Hughes
72019
Anger” topped “love” when Facebook users reacted to lawmakers’ posts after 2016 election
A Hughes, P Van Kessel
Factank Pew Research Center 18, 2018
72018
Assessing professionalism: Street-level attitudes and agency accreditation
AG Hughes, MP Teodoro
State and Local Government Review 45 (1), 36-45, 2013
72013
Using administrative records and survey data to construct samples of Tweeters and Tweets
AG Hughes, S McCabe, W Hobbs, E Remy, S Shah, D Lazer
Public Opinion Quarterly, 2021
62021
About one-in-five adult Twitter users in the US follow Trump
S Wojcik, A Hughes, E Remy
Pew Research Center, 2019
62019
National Politics on Twitter
AG Hughes, B Jones, A Tyson, E Remy, AW Smith
Pew Research Center, 2019
62019
Partisan Conflict and Congressional Outreach
S Messing, P van Kessel, A Hughes
Pew Research Center, 2017
62017
Study designs for quantitative social science research using social media
L Bode, P Davis-Kean, L Singh, T Berger-Wolf, C Budak, G Chi, A Guess, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
52020
Taking sides on Facebook: how congressional outreach changed under President Trump
P KESSEL, A Hughes, S Messing
Pew Research Center, 2018
52018
Sharing the news in a polarized congress
S Messing, VK Kessel, A Hughes
Pew Research Center. https://www. people press. org/2017/12/18/sharin g the …, 2017
52017
Do Constituents Know (or Care) about the Lawmaking Effectiveness of their Representatives?
DM Butler, AG Hughes, C Volden, AE Wiseman
Center for Effective Lawmaking (CEL) Working paper, 2019
42019
Gender and Jobs in Online Image Searches
O Lam, B Broderick, S Wojcik, A Hughes
https://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2018/12/17/gender-and-jobs-in-online-image …, 2018
42018
Congress Soars to New Heights on Social Media
P van Kessel, R Widjaya, S Shah, AW Smith, A Hughes
Pew Research Center, 2020
32020
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