Sometimes how the media covers social media and politics really irks me. Take this story from Forbes about a recent Macromeasures’ study, which tells us to downgrade Donald Trump because he has a significantly lower percentage of eligible voters among his Twitter followers than his competition. HOGWASH! Here is how the writer, Abigail Tracy, puts it: The study, conducted by audience analytics company Macromeasures, found that Trump trails his GOP rivals in a handful of crucial metrics in terms of his Twitter TWTR +3.45% following. Macromeasures compared Trump’s social audience to those of Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Mike Huckabee, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina. The most glaring discovery was that of Trump’s Twitter following, a mere 39.4 percent were actually eligible to vote — the lowest of any GOP candidate analyzed. To put this in perspective, 95.7 percent of Fiorina’s following could cast a ballot. Let’s put this into REAL perspective. 40 percent of Donald Trump’s 3.4 MILLION followers are eligible to vote. That means he has nearly 1.4 MILLION followers who are eligible to vote. Meanwhile, 95.7 percent of Carly Fiorina’s 384,000+ followers are eligible to vote. That means she has about 368,000 eligible followers in her Twitter audience….