Enhanced Bing Political Index (BPI) brings collective sentiment view for each state

As the US presidential race is getting hotter, Microsoft has today announced its enhanced Bing Political Index that allows to view the collective sentiment of the population of each state regarding 10 top political issues. You can also compare yourself not just with each candidate, but with each state.

The presidential race is getting more intense, with an increasing focus on state-by-state delegates. As the candidates woo voters in the remaining primaries, it becomes even more important to understand where each candidate stands on issues, and whether the states they are courting support those stances.

Enter the newly enhanced Bing Political Index (BPI). Now you can view the collective sentiment of the population of each state regarding 10 top political issues. You can also compare yourself not just with each candidate, but with each state in the thick of the political fight.

For another example of the BPI in action, let’s take a look at the Washington state caucus where Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton. Based on the issue stances of the state, Sanders’ views closely align with those of Washingtonians. In addition to this level of analysis, tying together each key state and candidate in the context of issue stances, the updated BPI also demonstrates how each states’ view has changed over time in relation to the rest of the US public.

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