These are the top 10 ‘boycott Prime Day’ states in the United States, according to tweets


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Twitter is abuzz with pledges of boycotting Amazon Prime Day. 

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Amazon’s yearly Prime Day starts Monday, however not everybody is delighted for the tornadic craze of digital sales. A brand-new map from item evaluation website My Daily Dose reveals the frequency of tweets related to boycotting Prime Day, with Minnesota taking the leading area.

Prime Day, Amazon’s enormous yearly sale, is July 15-16. The business’s rivals are likewise holding sales around the very same time, with Walmart’s ranging from July 14-17, eBay’s Crash Sale on July 15 and Target’s Deal Days sale on July 15-16.

Here are the 10 mentions tweeting most about avoiding Amazon Prime Day:

  1. Minnesota
  2. New York
  3. Rhode Island
  4. Vermont
  5. New Hampshire
  6. Washington
  7. Oregon
  8. Massachusetts
  9. Maine
  10. South Dakota

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It might not be surprising that Minnesota took the top spot. Workers in the Minneapolis warehouse are planning a six-hour Prime Day strike, with the employees protesting for better working conditions. Washington, home to Amazon’s Seattle headquarters, and New York, home to a nixed second headquarters site, also had a high volume of boycott tweets. 


My Daily Dose

My Daily Dose collected the data with trends software and direct access to geotagged Twitter data.

Twitter and Amazon didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.