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Over the course of polling day, there were 16 million interactions on Facebook about the General Election.
A total of six million people discussed the General Election on the day, Facebook told ITV News.
The economy topped the conversation on Facebook in East Renfrewshire - the constituency Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy has lost.
Over the course of the election campaign, the economy, the environment, tax, health and Europe topped the list of the most discussed issues, Facebook told ITV News.
The economy was the most discussed issue on Facebook over the election campaign in the constituency lost by Labour's Douglas Alexander.
Alexander's Paisley and Renfrewshire South seat was taken by the SNP's Mhairi Black.
The Conservatives were the most talked about political party in the constituency with 33% of the discussion on Facebook, while the SNP had 18%.
More than three million people used Facebook's "voting button" to share with their friends and family that they voted in the General Election.
Join in the discussion on Facebook and Twitter using the #opinionroom hashtag.