Photo of the Day: The Most Liked and Retweeted Photo in History

On November 6, 2012 at precisely 11:15pm ET on Facebook and 11:16pm ET on Twitter, Barack Obama, the President of the United States of America, posted the photo above with the caption, “Four more years.”

As of November 10, 2012 @ 1:30pm ET, the Facebook photo has 4,306,739 ‘Likes’, 577,941 shares and 207,747 comments; making it the most ‘Liked’ photo ever on Facebook [Source]. The Facebook page for Barack Obama has over 33.1 million ‘Likes’.

In comparison, the tweet on Twitter has 809,193 retweets and 292,755 ‘favorites’, making it the most retweeted photo/message in Twitter history [Source]. @BarackOBama has over 23 million followers.

via TwistedShifter

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