• This graph represents a network of 1,239 Twitter users whose recent tweets contained “simonjbridges”, or who were replied to or mentioned in those tweets.  The network was obtained from Twitter 18-26 August 2019 at 05:05 UTC

1,239 people were tweeting

4820 converations took place

  • 114 tweets
  • 4616 mentions

2335 people replied to tweets in the simonjbridges network

Most frequent words in network

simonjbridges 2759
nznationalparty 577
national 395
simon 342
up 244
s 242
new 239
government 230
petrol 225
taxes 204
being 192

10 Top hashtags

nzpol 65
parttimepm 18
nointegritysimon 18
ihumātao 12
auspol 8
conmankeys 7
newzealand 7
media 6
news 5
politics 5

Top word pairs in network

simonjbridges,nznationalparty 253
nznationalparty,simonjbridges 172
new,zealanders 108
being,fleeced 99
fleeced,petrol 99
petrol,pump 99
jacinda,ardern’s 97
zealanders,being 97
biggest,fleecer 97
taxes,piled 97

Most popular tweets in network

Spot the difference. https://t.co/kQSIlnKKxJ ♥ 349  RT 57 


New Zealanders are being fleeced at the petrol pump. The reality is that the biggest fleecer is Jacinda Ardern’s Government with all the taxes it’s piled on. 304 RT 100

Popularity of tweets from Simonjbridges

Date Tweet RT
20/08/2019 New Zealanders are being fleeced at the petrol pump. The reality is that the biggest fleecer is Jacinda Ardern’s Government with all the taxes it’s piled on. https://t.co/g3MAPS5TKi 304 100
24/08/2019 The Prime Minister spoke in riddles this week about Ihumātao, saying she speaks directly to herself. It’s time to speak directly to the protesters by telling them there will be no sweetheart deals, so it’s time to go home and let some houses be built. 183 39
19/08/2019 Talk of law changes for prison letters by the PM today are simply excuses to deflect from Kelvin Davis & Corrections being asleep at the wheel. The law doesn’t need to change. Kelvin & Corrections just need to wake up & do their job properly. 149 26
23/08/2019 😆 https://t.co/dnBtjm7Jmk 139 15
25/08/2019 I’ve just launched our Economic Discussion Document. We’re doing the work now in Opposition so we’re ready to hit the ground running in 2020. 63 22
25/08/2019 We’ll repeal 100 regulations in our first six months of office and eliminate two old regulations for every new one we introduce in our first term. 44 7
21/08/2019 Speaking at the @Infra_NZ Building Nations Symposium today. My Government will invest in the infrastructure to get New Zealand moving. 42 5
25/08/2019 We’ll make sure there is quality cost-benefit analysis for any major new regulation, ensuring the Treasury has a greater focus on providing sound advice on the effectiveness of Government spending, identifying wasteful spending and driving higher public sector productivity. 35 6
25/08/2019 We’ll establish a ‘Small Business Payments Guarantee’ to make sure more small businesses get paid on time. 14 3
25/08/2019 We’ll require all government departments and government agencies to pay their contractors on time and within 30 days. 10 3
21/08/2019 Phil Twyford tells Infrastructure NZ conference: “Decision by Cabinet early in the new year” on light rail. This is the project the PM promised would be finished (to Mt Roskill) by 2021! There’s no chance you’ll be running down Dom Rd in your undies @simonjbridges 0 9
20/08/2019 Spot the difference. https://t.co/kQSIlnKKxJ 0 57
21/08/2019 The Government could reduce petrol prices tomorrow if they really wanted to. But they’re raising taxes instead. National will get rid of the Regional Fuel Tax, saving you 11.5 cents a litre. 0 31
22/08/2019 Pretty clear who’s making the most sense on Ihumātao. And it’s not the Prime Minister. 0 59
22/08/2019 Labour cancelling vital transport projects to muck around with a slow tram in Auckland has left the sector with nothing to work on, pushing NZ closer to an infrastructure crisis. If work doesn’t start soon on major projects, we’ll lose our construction workforce to Australia. 0 29
22/08/2019 Petrol prices… https://t.co/WLLry405Uo 0 31
23/08/2019 Will the Government rule out more fuel taxes? https://t.co/jmai4STpna 0 27
25/08/2019 The Government has been working behind closed doors on a law change to ban petrol and diesel vehicles. Seems like their only policies are taxes or bans. You can’t trust this Government. 0 59
26/08/2019 New Zealand’s economy is driven by hardworking small business owners. Every Government should do what it can to reduce costs and uncertainty so that our small businesses have the confidence to take risks, invest, hire new staff and lift wages. 0 11