@theeconomist - Twitter Profile Analysis

Analysis of 200 tweets by The Economist, from 08 Jun 2021 to 10 Jun 2021.

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2007 since
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2 - AlexSelbyB
1 - JamesMAstill
1 - sarahmaslin
1 - EconCulture
1 - TheEIU
1 - john_hooper
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22 - @1843mag
16 - @Miki__Kobayashi
10 - @QUT
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Top Tweets by @theeconomist

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On “The Jab” podcast, The Economist’s @Miki__Kobayashi tells @alokjha why Japan’s vaccination drive has been slow, ahead of Tokyo’s Olympics https://t.co/jldwE6tZxL
10 Jun, 2021 - 04:32 AM UTC
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@TheEconomist
Elon Musk, an electric-car tycoon whose tweets seem to make the weather in crypto markets, says he now favours younger rivals. Could one of them steal bitcoin’s crown? https://t.co/zyB1arEKdB
10 Jun, 2021 - 04:08 AM UTC
The Economist
@TheEconomist
By an overwhelming margin of 81% to 4%, vaccine-hesitant Americans who voted for Donald Trump said that an exhortation from the former president to get the shot would still not convince them to do so https://t.co/5MoeWDHLPl
10 Jun, 2021 - 03:51 AM UTC
The Economist
@TheEconomist
Ashraf Ghani must unite the factions of the Afghan state, all the while under pressure from America to cut a deal with the Taliban https://t.co/2zhzqlI0vJ
10 Jun, 2021 - 03:35 AM UTC
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@TheEconomist
Some organisations now operate AI programs to search video from devices of captured or killed IS members https://t.co/ElZJN1jMiW
10 Jun, 2021 - 03:17 AM UTC
The Economist
@TheEconomist
The G7's failure to act fast enough to inoculate the world against covid-19 is not just economically foolish, it is a moral failure and a diplomatic disaster, too https://t.co/LQUcLX1ubN
10 Jun, 2021 - 02:58 AM UTC
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@TheEconomist
The Natrium reactor is one of a gaggle of new designs as engineers try to come up with cheaper, simpler nuclear power plants https://t.co/FDxuz5z814
10 Jun, 2021 - 02:39 AM UTC
The Economist
@TheEconomist
Many in Lakshadweep are interested in fostering tourism. Few, however, seem to like the current plans to do so https://t.co/MW62Hx4RVG
10 Jun, 2021 - 02:24 AM UTC
The Economist
@TheEconomist
A new survey of “liveability” in 140 cities by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has found Auckland is the world's most liveable city, with Wellington close on its heels https://t.co/zo9pLg4MqZ https://t.co/vcf7t5O26S
10 Jun, 2021 - 02:06 AM UTC
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@TheEconomist
In 1975 the G7 countries produced 70% of global GDP; their share has since shrunk to some 40% https://t.co/ldp9znOg3B
10 Jun, 2021 - 01:48 AM UTC
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@TheEconomist
Residents of Washington state are now eligible for a free joint if they get vaccinated for covid-19. This is just the most recent of a fast-growing list of incentives to nudge Americans into getting an inoculation https://t.co/vid4LSbwe9
10 Jun, 2021 - 01:30 AM UTC
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@TheEconomist
Other island nations with strong border controls also fared well: two Japanese cities and four from Australia appear in the top ten https://t.co/j3oReeMUz9
10 Jun, 2021 - 01:13 AM UTC
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“Unless you believe that people with a higher income or of a certain race or gender are naturally smarter...there’s clearly a problem with the SAT.” @TamaraGilkes on “Checks and Balance” https://t.co/19uxCLf6vZ
10 Jun, 2021 - 12:57 AM UTC
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@TheEconomist
Foreigners’ attempts to crack other parts of China’s financial market have yielded underwhelming results. Could this time be different? https://t.co/8kVX433zEM
10 Jun, 2021 - 12:24 AM UTC
The Economist
@TheEconomist
Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk’s motives for space exploration are not purely commercial. There is a new-frontier zeal involved, too https://t.co/V5bx8uDZUQ
10 Jun, 2021 - 12:07 AM UTC

Top Retweets by @theeconomist

John Hooper
@john_hooper
"They even exchanged photos of cocaine bricks. But...they were making a calamitous mistake." My report for @TheEconomist on one of the greatest 'stings' of all time: https://t.co/IN64vmexgc #FBI #OrganizedCrime #Narcotrafico
09 Jun, 2021 - 05:57 PM UTC
Alex Selby-Boothroyd
@AlexSelbyB
Auckland has replaced Vienna as the world's most liveable city, thanks in large part to New Zealand's impressive covid-19 response. I wrote about @TheEIU's latest #Liveability rankings for @TheEconomist https://t.co/tsY1cZYvUW
09 Jun, 2021 - 01:35 PM UTC
The Economist Intelligence Unit
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Covid-19 has caused huge volatility in the 2021 Liveability Index. Here is a summary of the winners, losers and movers from this year's rankings. Thread (1/7)
09 Jun, 2021 - 08:49 AM UTC
Alex Selby-Boothroyd
@AlexSelbyB
Lovely issue of Off the Charts this week by @baskerhel. In the data team we probably say the name Sibyl more often in one day than Basil Fawlty did in his lifetime. Find out why below https://t.co/6zC4ZbsdsW https://t.co/vsI0OEoXjm
08 Jun, 2021 - 05:37 PM UTC
The Economist
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Though she has earned notoriety as a flame-throwing critic of everything from the #MeToo movement to Black Lives Matter, Lionel Shriver approaches her novels with more humility https://t.co/lLBobD8FGk
08 Jun, 2021 - 04:43 PM UTC
James Astill
@JamesMAstill
I think Manchin's defence of the filibuster is incoherent. But Democrats who talk of censoring him are talking nonsense. Manchin/WV is a bonus for Democrats they should gratefully pocket. https://t.co/zjcBZVc7zK
08 Jun, 2021 - 04:26 PM UTC
Sarah Esther Maslin
@sarahmaslin
(Thread) A decade ago, Brazil seemed destined to flourish. In 2009, the cover of @TheEconomist showed Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer statue taking off like a rocket. What happened? My special report in this week's @TheEconomist offers answers: https://t.co/CXwdMjc9or https://t.co/IbSjrlBWit
08 Jun, 2021 - 02:36 PM UTC