Both Trump and Clinton supporters made, in general, less errors on Reddit than they did on Facebook, during the primaries. Clinton's Reddit supporters made 1.82 errors per 100 words, but Trump's posse was not far behind, at 2.10.
Both Republicans and Democrats turned out to care a lot about foreign policy, as this topic ranked first among Clinton supporters and second among fans of Trump.
When speaking of their rivals, Clinton's fan base used words like "shameful" and "offensive." Trump's people, faithfully following the campaign's own rhetoric, referred to Clinton as "crooked" and "corrupt." Both sides predict "America's demise" in the event that their candidate's rival wins the race, frequently wondering "Who's supporting him/her?"
As for the differences, there is little surprise.
With Reddit being a less-moderated platform, Trump supporters had themselves a ball, freely using profanities an eye-watering 135 percent more than Clinton supporters, especially when discussing the election.
A lack of political correctness and gentility also prevailed among the Republican nominee's online choir. Trump supporters used language that is considered non-inclusive some 88 percent more often than Clinton's people.
Trump supporters did get creative, using their nominal talents to introduce neologisms such as Cuckington Post, Cuckbook, CuckKaine. The fourth most commonly repeated bit of jargon in the Trump subreddit was MAGA (an acronym for Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan).
After exhaustive research, Grammarly has discerned that adherents to the two major parties in the US political system pretty much share a similar semantic silliness.