By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent
Social media sentiment graphs have revealed that there has been a shift towards a more positive mentality in the latest London Underground Tube Strike, with the British ‘keep calm and carry on’ sentiment prevailing.
Research by Falcon Social found sentiment on Wednesday evening as disruption first started was mostly negative.
However, that took a complete shift this morning when a lot of humour and good natured reactions featured amongst the top Twitter mentions.
Not only have Tweets been charismatic, there has also been a notable pick-up in solidarity. We picked out a few of the best:
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