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Francophone users also appear to be having different conversations than their anglophone peers when it comes to the election.
While English-language messages, so far, have most often been about coalitions and taxes, francophones have been more likely to discuss the deficit and families.
The style of conversation has also been different in French.
While the majority of English messages are people resending links to published content or other people’s thoughts, francophones are engaging in more free-flowing conversation.