To view nominee data, choose an award category on the left. The share of social media conversation, gathered, cleaned and analyzed using Brandwatch, is shown in the spotlights emanating from the centre circle.
Select a nominee to reveal extra statistics at the base of the column on the right. We compare comments by critics and the public, highlighting differences between voices of authority and the word on the street.
The percentage value is the amount of award buzz apportioned to each nominee in the category. The green band shows the percentage of this nominee’s buzz which is positive. Only the volume of these positive mentions are used to build the league tables in the summary column.
These figures are combined to produce award counts in the 'Predicted Oscars Award Table': according to online predictions, which films are most likely to win the most awards?
Other data sets about the Academy Awards tend to focus solely on predictions. Our visualization goes beyond to reveal the divergence in critic-public opinion. In the lead up to the ceremony, it highlights which nominees are the most discussed online and which are most mentioned as likely contenders.
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