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Rational 360 analyzed social media and media consumption habits of CEOs of 2017 Fortune 1000 & 2018 Fortune 500, Business Roundtable Board of Directors, Fast Company 2017 & 2018 Most Innovative Companies, and Fortune’s 40 Best Financial Services lists. Insights gained from this list include: 11.6 percent of CEOs are on Twitter: Out of 1,395 CEOs from...
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President Trump’s drug pricing speech made Friday, May 11th the day with the most online drug pricing posts in 2018. Rational 360 analyzed the online conversation around the speech, including tweets, online news articles, blog posts, forums, reddit posts, and online comments, to develop the following insights. Here are the things you need to know:...
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Rational 360 Announces Christine Koronides as Vice President   Former Aide to President Obama at the NEC, and Chicago Mayor Emanuel   WASHINGTON, DC (April 24, 2018) – Rational 360, a full service strategic and digital communications firm, today announced that Christine Koronides, former White House National Economic Council Chief of Staff and City of...
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WASHINGTON, DC (April 3, 2018) – Rational 360, a full-service strategic communications and digital agency, today announced the elevation of Brian Bartlett to the position of Partner. The promotion of Bartlett, an experienced Republican communicator and strategist, bolsters the bipartisan partnership team of the firm as its rapid growth continues. “Rational 360 was founded on the principles...
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Rational 360 Adds Bipartisan Operatives To Public Affairs Team Leading Bipartisan Communications Firm Adds Communications Professionals From Heritage Foundation, Capitol Hill, HHS WASHINGTON, DC (March 27, 2018) – Rational 360, a full-service strategic communications and digital agency, today announced the recent addition of five veteran communications and public affairs professionals with deep experience across a...
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The gun debate was reignited this month after the shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida generating reactions from all corners of the Washington Influencer Index. The House Intelligence Committee’s memo from early February also stired up conversations, creating discord among top political figures and media personalities alike. Click HERE to read the...
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Last month I asked a room full of grad students from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) how many of them knew what they wanted to do post-graduation. Not a single hand went up. At a time when millennials are advising the president, starting billion-dollar companies, and changing the world, it can...
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Tensions between Congressional Democrats and Republicans rose as immigration dominated conversations throughout January. With ongoing debates about DACA recipients and America’s immigration policy, Washington influencers were more likely to talk about immigration than any other trending topic in January including the State of the Union and the government shutdown. Click HERE to read the full January DC...
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Rational 360 analyzed which people, topics, and tweets resonated most with Washington Influencers during the State of the Union Address. Democratic and Republican members of Congress were more engaged this year compared to last year’s Joint Address (5,100 tweets this year vs. 4,459 in 2017—a 15 percent increase), but that’s where their similarities ended. GOP:...
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Members of Congress tweeted 43 percent more in 2017 than they did in 2016, marking 2017 as the year of Twitter for Washington. With the year being full of partisan, controversial discussions including gun control, health care and tax reform, and hurricane aid, online sentiment for the year was 4 percent higher than last year....
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