The economy is the top issue for voters in Huddersfield... at least according to Facebook.
Based on interactions around election related keywords, the economy is the biggest issue for voters in more than half of the constituencies in the Huddersfield area, coming top in three.
An interaction is counted when someone posts something containing the keyword, or likes or shares a post relating to that topic.
The figures only count the number of interactions, not the content of messages, which may be positive or negative on the topic.
The numbers are based on self-reported and inferred internal Facebook data from January 1 through May 7 analyzed anonymously and in aggregate.
Across the UK, David Cameron was the most interacted about leader, with 2.7m unique users making 9.2m interactions, while UKIP was the most interacted about party, with 3.2m people making 17.9m interactions.
Facebook users in hotly contested Labour constituencies in Scotland had the highest proportions of interactions about the Labour party. Unsurprisingly, the SNP was most likely to be getting higher proportions of interactions in areas in Scotland.
The most concentrated focus of interaction activity was in South Thanet, with 61% of interactions about political parties by Facebook users in the constituency was about UKIP. Nigel Farage, who is trying to win the seat was the most discussed party leader, with 61% of interactions relating to him.
Users in Gosport had the highest proportion of interactions about the Greens, making up 18% of political use of the site.
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of interactions relating to party leaders in Tunbridge Wales were about David Cameron. Ed Miliband was a hot topic in Hampstead and Kilburn, with 34% of interactions about party leaders relating to the Labour leader, the highest proportion in the UK.
A fifth of interactions about leaders in Sheffield Hallam are about Nick Clegg, perhaps unsurprisingly as he fights to hang on to his seat, but 40% are about David Cameron.