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Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @NPR and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
an hour
Average replies
150
Average retweets
487
Average likes
1099
Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

4. in country United States and category Daily News

15. in category Daily News

16. in country United States and category Media

66. in category Media

168. in country United States

493. worldwide

NPR
17 minutes ago

Here are some things to consider before heading to the gym for your workout โ€” including that experts say it's still safer to exercise at home. ๐Ÿ‘‡ https://t.co/OyzLGLOeDs

NPR
31 minutes ago

President Trump has now confirmed 200 federal judges โ€” who are far from retirement age โ€” to life terms. Critics say that was possible because Mitch McConnell kept President Obama's nominations from being confirmed, waiting for a Republican to take office. https://t.co/3O28cZk7Ah

NPR
an hour ago

ICYMI: A group of former George W. Bush administration officials has formed a new super PAC to endorse Joe Biden โ€” the latest effort by establishment Republicans to reject the leadership of President Trump. https://t.co/ipWvgOawxf

NPR
2 hours ago

A few of @NPRMusic's favorite songs of 2020 so far: ๐ŸŽถ Bad Bunny, "Safaera" ๐ŸŽต Christine and the Queens, "People, I've been sad" ๐ŸŽถ Mickey Guyton, "Black Like Me" ๐ŸŽต Noname, "Song 33" ๐ŸŽถ Perfume Genius, "On the Floor" https://t.co/m7CuejLUgc

NPR
3 hours ago

"It feels really hard to be a POC in K-pop," says one fan. "When some fans try to talk about internal racism ... it kind of gets pushed under the bed." For her, some K-pop fans jumping in online to support the BLM movement can feel "performative." https://t.co/K0IDfx1EQG

NPR
4 hours ago

This is the story of a religious cult that brought thousands of people to the American Midwest, the greatest Negro League pitcher of all time and a mystery that took 45 years to solve. @OnlyAGameNPR https://t.co/mIeCy6I8ez

NPR
5 hours ago

A few of @NPRMusic's favorite albums of 2020 so far: ๐Ÿ’ฟ Fiona Apple, "Fetch The Bolt Cutters" ๐Ÿ“€ Phoebe Bridgers, "Punisher" ๐Ÿ’ฟ Lil Baby, "My Turn" ๐Ÿ“€ Marรญa Josรฉ Llergo, "Sanaciรณn" ๐Ÿ’ฟ Moses Sumney, "grรฆ" ๐Ÿ“€ Waxahatchee, "Saint Cloud" https://t.co/2MYcUB2Fh1

NPR
6 hours ago

"The climate doesn't care how busy we are and what we're busy with โ€” and whether we're fighting a pandemic at the moment," says Luisa-Marie Neubauer, the 24-year-old student sometimes considered Germany's answer to Swedish activist Greta Thunberg. https://t.co/FoqO8aG8d3

NPR
7 hours ago

This summer is going to feel a little different after most music festivals have been canceled due to the pandemic. So today, World Cafe is bringing live music to you with an imaginary music festival of all live tracks. https://t.co/pP2Se4CUus

NPR
8 hours ago

Summer Taylor, one of two demonstrators who was struck by a car while protesting in Seattle, has died. The second protester, Diaz Love, remains in serious condition. https://t.co/3fHZvSANkH

NPR
8 hours ago

Pop Smoke's deep, baritone snarl was his instrument, and affixed a soulful quality to the sinister sound of his drill. It exists on his album "Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon" on songs like "Aim For The Moon" and "44 Bulldog." https://t.co/7lTFQat5hE

NPR
9 hours ago

The progressive wing of the Democratic Party couldn't break through in the presidential race โ€” but in congressional races, younger, more diverse, progressive candidates are enjoying a recent surge in support. https://t.co/T3GsX8qUHM

NPR
10 hours ago

The U.S. celebrates this July 4 amid calls for reform. In this film, five descendants of Frederick Douglass read excerpts of his speech, "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" which considers the long history of denying equal rights to Black Americans. https://t.co/OGUwDkKV6V

NPR
11 hours ago

With local election officials frantically searching for places that are centrally located and big enough to allow voters to social distance, the Atlanta Hawks, Detroit Pistons and Milwaukee Bucks have volunteered their facilities to serve as voting sites. https://t.co/xzWb1mWSgx

NPR
12 hours ago

President Trump has signed legislation extending the deadline for small businesses to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program, enacted in the weeks following the economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/bznDtBZTwI

NPR
13 hours ago

In a Fourth of July speech aimed at commemorating the military on Saturday, President Trump hit on familiar divisive themes, condemning the "radical left" and the media he accused of "slander." https://t.co/7NmxfxBpNX

NPR
13 hours ago

Several children's museums have permanently closed since the pandemic began. And more are likely to follow, says the head of the Association of Children's Museums. "We are very worried that our closure rate overall ... might approach 30%." https://t.co/LiN05DMxSu

NPR
14 hours ago

Two new laws in Idaho target trans people: One bans changing the sex listed on birth certificates. The other โ€” the first law of its kind in the country โ€” bars trans girls and women from playing on sports teams that align with their gender identity. https://t.co/NLVPxDtQTt

NPR
15 hours ago

Opinion: @nprscottsimon reflects on the 100th anniversary of the Negro National League, founded as a response to segregation in major league baseball. https://t.co/VoNsl88eRN

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