The General Election has been a hot topic of conversation - and it's also been making waves in cyberspace.
People have been taking to social networks to inform the world that they've voted, to share pictures of their #DogsAtPollingStations and to publicly support their chosen party.
On Facebook, it seems west Londoners have been spending their time talking about an unlikely party.
People in the west of the capital are most likely to be spending time talking to friends and posting statuses about the Liberal Democrats, figures from Facebook have revealed.
Of interactions relating to political parties, 12% of those made by people living in Chelsea, Fulham and Hammersmith were about the Lib Dems - one of the highest proportions of interactions for one party in the UK - although this was compared to 30% and 28% respectively of interactions being about the Tories.
An interaction is counted when someone posts something containing the keyword, or likes or shares a post relating to that topic.
Based on interactions around election related keywords, the economy is the biggest issue for voters in most of the constituencies in west London.
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 discussed leader, with 2.7m unique users making 9.2m interactions, while UKIP was the most talked about party, with 3.2m people making 17.9m interactions.
Meanwhile, over at Twitter, there have been 2.2m tweets sent in the UK discussing the election.
Of the election conversation on Twitter currently, the percentage breakdown for each party is as follows:
- Conservatives - 39%
- Labour - 36%
- SNP - 9%
- Lib Dem - 8%
- UKIP - 7%
- Green - 1%
Reassuringly, there were a total of 160,000 tweets on Thursday from across the UK using the hashtag #IVoted.