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This is so true in my case. The political beliefs of my Twitter "friends" are more closely aligned to my own, yet I know my Facebook friends much better.
I hypothesize this is because of the following reasons:
1. I didn't choose most of my Facebook friends and they didn't choose me. That is to say, my Facebook friends are primarily family and friends I grew up with or met at points during my life. We were brought together by happenstance. We didn't actively seek one another nor were our politics the reason we chose to be friends/acquaintances.
2. On Twitter, I choose whom to follow and they choose to follow me. Most of the time we choose to follow each other because of similar interests.
How do your different social media communities correspond to your way of thinking?