This has given a voice to marginalized groups and allowed for a more diverse range of perspectives to be heard.
Social media has been used to mobilize voters, particularly among younger generations who are more likely to use social media.
Social media allows for the rapid dissemination of information and breaking news, often before traditional media outlets have a chance to report on it.
Social media has also been used to spread disinformation and fake news, which can have a significant impact on public opinion and election outcomes.
Social media can contribute to political polarization by creating echo chambers, where individuals only consume information that reinforces their existing beliefs.