GST Survey using Social Media Data Analysis

  • Archana Mishra research Scholar, department of Psychology, Sant Tulasidas PG Mahavidyalaya, Kadipur, Sultanpur
  • Dr. Shailendra Pandey Associate Professor, department of Psychology, Sant Tulasidas PG Mahavidyalaya, Kadipur, Sultanpur

Abstract

The growing popularity of social media has created opportunities for exploring and following new reforms and policies in India. Social media are used extensively throughout the world to analyze political campaigns, stock market data, launches of new products and film releases. Many researchers analyzed tweets from citizens of a certain country on Twitter, a website that is read by microblogs and that users read. Create millions of tweets on different topics every day. In this article Twitter was used as a forum to gain insight into the emotions of Indian citizens about the recently launched tax on goods and services by the Indian government on 1 July 2017. We analyzed tweets from India on 30 June and 1 July. Public feelings in terms of anger, expectation, aversion, fear, joy, grief and surprise are derived from their live opinions.

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Published
2018-03-28
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Conference Paper