Want to gauge how popular a speaker is at a convention? Sure, you can listen to the response they receive from the crowds in Charlotte and Tampa—though that can be grossly unscientific, as standing ovations and chants have become almost Pavlovian at these events. A more accurate—and modern—way? Look at Twitter. The social media juggernaut provided stats throughout the Democratic and Republican National Conventions about how many tweets per minute each major speaker received during their remarks. Did Obama beat Romney? Was Michelle’s speech more popular than Bill’s? Take a look at the rankings of the major convention speakers by their popularity in the Twitterverse.