How tweet deleting increased in 2020


Among Tweet Deleter users, men are more active tweet deleters than women (53% vs 47%). — AFP Relaxnews

A growing number of Twitter users decided to tidy up their tweets in 2020.

According to a recent study, deleted tweets were up by nearly 14% last year on the social network – a significant increase, seen particularly in June, coinciding with the “Black Lives Matter” protests. Users in the US lead the way for the most tweets deleted.

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