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President Donald Trump speaks to a gathering of mayors in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

A new year-long survey from YouGov has revealed President Donald Trump’s most-hated and most-loved tweets.

Trump’s presence as a U.S. president on social media is unprecedented. Not only does Trump tweet out his thoughts, opinions and policy decisions, but social media helped him reach voters during the 2016 presidential election. Websites such as 4Chan and Reddit created a slew of memes that included Trump.

In fact, as the Deseret News reported, Trump often connected to his base by retweeting and sharing social media posts from his followers.

“Whenever he would retweet something that was funny, or perhaps pretty cutting or a critical attack or anything like that — those were the holy moments,” said Matt Braynard, who was Trump’s data team leader during the first months of his 2016 presidential election campaign.

It’s no surprise, then, that Trump’s social media habits have created a response among Americans, according to Time. In fact, one Quinnipiac University poll found 70 percent of Americans want Trump to stop tweeting.

To measure this, YouGov surveyed 1,000 Americans every day for the first 1,000 days of Trump’s presidency to discover his most-loved and most-hated tweets.

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We’ve collected those tweets based on YouGov’s data and pasted them below. Respondents were asked to rate each tweet on a scale from “Terrible” to “Great,” which was then converted to a score from minus-200 to plus-200.

Here’s a look at his most-hated and most-loved tweets along with the score they received. You can read more about the tweets at YouGov.

MOST HATED:

SCORE: -81

SCORE: -78

SCORE: -77

SCORE: -70

SCORE: -69

SCORE: -67

SCORE: -67

SCORE: -66

SCORE: -66

MOST LOVED:

SCORE: +83

SCORE: +82

SCORE: +80

SCORE: +79

SCORE: +78

SCORE: +76

SCORE: +75

SCORE: +73

SCORE: +73

SCORE: +73

SCORE: +73

SCORE: +73

SCORE: +73