What topics does the candidate post about?
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Who/What does the candidate talk about?
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What hashtags does the candidate use?
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How often does the candidate Tweet?
What are the average social metrics of those tweets?
Which days is the candidate most active?
What is the sentiment of their tweets?
What (re)tweets has the candidate made that's risky?
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Higher: Value getting along with others. They have a more optimistic view of human nature. Lower: Value self interests over others. They are more skeptical of others' motives.
Active and genuine concern for the welfare of others.
Attitude of compassion for others; kindness.
Frank and genuine in expression; candid, blunt.
Level of belief in the sincerity and good intentions of others.
Dislike of confrontations. Responding to interpersonal conflict with a willingness to compromise.
Tendency to be unassuming and play down own achievements; humility.
Higher: More self-disciplined, dutiful, or aiming for achievement against measures or outside expectations. Lower: More likely to prefer the spontaneous over the planned.
The need for personal achievement and sense of direction.
Sense of duty; amount of emphasis placed on fulfilling obligations.
Will-power; the capacity to begin tasks and follow through to completion in spite of boredom or distractions.
Tendency to think things through before acting or speaking.
Belief in one's own competence.
Personal organization, tidiness, neatness.
Openness to experience. Higher: Intellectually curious, emotionally-aware, sensitive to beauty and willing to try new things. Lower: Preferring the plain, straightforward, and obvious over the complex, ambiguous, and subtle.
Emotional availability; awareness of own feelings.
Appreciation for art and beauty, both man-made and in nature.
Eagerness to trying new activities and experiencing new things.
Intellectual curiosity; openness to new ideas.
Openness to creating an inner world of fantasy.
Openness to re-examine own values and traditions; readiness to challenge authority.
Higher: More energetic and pronounced engagement with the external world. Likes high group visibility, talking, and asserting themselves. Lower: Needs less stimulation and are more independent of their social world. It does not mean they are shy, un-friendly, or antisocial.
Interest in and friendliness towards others; socially confident.
Tendency to experience or express positive emotions.
Pace of living; level of busyness.
Forcefulness of expression; pursuit of leadership and social ascendancy; desire to direct the activities of others.
Fondness for the company of others; sociability.
A need for environmental stimulation.
This demo cannot diagnose a mental illness. Higher: More likely to have negative emotions or get upset. It could mean they are going through a tough time. Lower: More calm and less likely to get upset. It does not mean they are positive, or happy people.
Tendency to dwell on difficulty or troubles; easily experience unease or concern.
Difficulty in coping with stress or pressure in difficult situations.
Concern with rejection, embarrassment; shyness.
Tendency to act on cravings and urges rather over resisting them or delaying gratification.
Tendency to experience–but not necessarily express–anger or frustration.
Normal tendency to experience feelings of guilt, sadness, hopelessness, or loneliness. This demo cannot diagnose a mental illness.
A need to appreciate or please other people, their viewpoints, and feelings.
A need to pursue experiences that foster learning, exploration, and growth.
A need for the sensible, tried and tested, with a good track record and a known history.
A desire to discover and assert one's identity.
A need to nurture or be nurtured; a feeling of belonging.
Social contact, whether one-to-one or one-to-many.
A need to escape, a desire for new experiences, new things.
A need for organization, planning, and things that have a clear purpose.
A need to pursue experiences or lead a lifestyle that arouses enthusiasm and eagerness.
A desire to satisfy one's idea of perfection in a lifestyle or experience, oftentimes seen as pursuing a sense of community.
A desire to achieve, succeed, compete, or pursue experiences that test one's abilities.
A desire for getting the job done, skill, and efficiency.
Respect, commitment, and acceptance of the customs and ideas that one's culture and/or religion provides.
Excitement, novelty, and challenge in life.
Preserving and enhancing the welfare of those with whom one is in frequent personal contact.
Personal success through demonstrating competence according to social standards.
Pleasure or sensuous gratification for oneself.