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Text analytics firm Lexalytics measured for the Globe the sentiment behind thousands of tweets from self-identified New Hampshire residents on the presidential race over the last 30 days. Here’s how tweets about each candidate measured—positive and negative (neutral not shown). A candidate’s place on the list shows the relative amount of Twitter chatter about each one. (5,563 tweets total about Democratic candidates; 26,659 about Republicans).

Donald Trump

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is a real estate mogul.

Most common theme: “Illegal aliens”

Total number of mentions: 5,364

Hillary Clinton

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is a former secretary of state.

Most common theme: “Illegal aliens”

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Total number of mentions: 3,353

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders is a self-described socialist running for the Democratic nomination. He is a Senator from Vermont.

Most common theme: “Political revolution”

Total number of mentions: 1,768

Carly Fiorina

Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina is a former CEO of Hewlett Packard.

Most common theme: “Illegal aliens”

Total number of mentions: 1,323

Ted Cruz

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz a United States Senator from Texas.

Most common theme: “Illegal aliens”

Total number of mentions: 1,010

Jeb Bush

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is a former governor of Florida.

Most common theme: “Illegal aliens”

Total number of mentions: 1,045

Ben Carson

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is a retired neurosurgeon.

Most common theme: “Sharia law”

Total number of mentions: 700

Chris Christie

Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie is the governor of New Jersey.

Most common theme: “Town hall”

Total number of mentions: 575

Rand Paul

Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul is a United States Senator from Kentucky.

Total number of mentions: 542

Marco Rubio

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is a United States Senator from Florida.

Total number of mentions: 525

Lindsey Graham

Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham is a United States Senator from South Carolina.

Total number of mentions: 301

Martin O’Malley

Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley is a former governor of Maryland.

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Total number of mentions: 283

Mike Huckabee

Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is a former governor of Arkansas.

Total number of mentions: 282

John Kasich

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich is the governor of Ohio.

Total number of mentions: 133

Rick Santorum

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is a former United States Senator from Pennsylvania.

Total number of mentions: 125

Lincoln Chafee

Democratic presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee is a former governor of Rhode Island.

Total number of mentions: 110

George Pataki

Republican presidential candidate George Pataki is a former governor of New York.

Total number of mentions: 80

Bobby Jindal

Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal is the governor of Louisiana.

Total number of mentions: 51

Lawrence Lessig

Lawrence Lessig is a Harvard Law School professor is running for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Total number of mentions: 26

Jim Webb

Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb is a former United States Senator.

Total number of mentions: 23

Jim Gilmore

Republican presidential candidate Jim Gilmore is a former governor of Virginia.

Total number of mentions: 14