More than one quarter of voting-age Americans can go to the polls in the 2016 presidential race today. But what are Super Tuesday voters talking about?
Nationwide, racism and discrimination today is the most popular topic among Facebook users talking about politics, according to data from the social media outlet, followed by Christianity, guns, immigration and Benghazi.
If you take a deeper look at each state with binding votes for Republican or Democratic delegates and want to find the most popular topic among Facebook users, geography matters.
Across much of the South, Christianity dominates political chatter among Facebook users in recent days. Meanwhile, across states to the North and West, Wall Street and financial regulation pose the most pressing issues.
And in Alaska, border security is the top concern among Facebook users there.