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The telecom industry receives the highest number of questions across both channels, with 426,451 questions over Facebook and 523,825 over Twitter during Q3.
Since 2012, Socialbakers has used this global benchmark to measure brands' performance, based on the number of questions they answer.
A PROPOSAL to limit the number of questions that can be asked of the politicians running Wales' biggest local authority is undemocratic, a councillor has claimed.
A number of questions remain unanswered, including: (1) is Issing's position considered exclusively a German seat on the ECB Council; and (2) will Issing's replacement automatically take over the research department, or will that department's responsibilities be divided among several council members?
Her appointment raises a number of questions about the changes she may bring to the organization because of her connection to President Bush
Mr Johnson said the report by the council (FRRP) had raised a number of questions that needed to be answered.
Mr Johnson said the report by the council (FRRP) had raised a number of questions.
It said the review by its financial reporting panel had raised "a number of questions relating to the affair of MG Rover and its associated companies which the (panel) believes may be relevant for the DTI to consider.