President Donald Trump, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from New York and Sen. Kamala Harris from California rank among Twitter's most-engaged users, according to a report released Tuesday.

A survey conducted by the social media platform analytics group CrowdTangle using data collected from social media platforms Twitter, Instagram and Facebook between Nov. 17 and Feb. 17 found that Twitter's top 10 most-engaged users were either political commentators, activists, or politicians themselves among monthly active users (MAUs). 

According to the data, Trump ranked first on the list, with a recorded 103.9 million interactions with MAUs over the span of a few months.

Ocasio-Cortez, a freshman congresswoman, placed fourth with 36.9 million interactions, followed by conservative writer and right-wing non-profit Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk with 24.4 million. Anti-Trump Twitter celebrities Brian and Ed Krassenstein ranked sixth and ninth respectively, and California senator and presidential nominee hopeful Harris came in 10th place, with 12.6 million interactions.

Despite the popularity of politicians and pundits on Twitter, it looks like other forms of social media don't necessarily follow suit. While Twitter might have an edge on social media when it comes to political engagement, retweets, and likes, Instagram users are attracted to "star power and celebrity," with Kylie Jenner placing second on the list, while Facebook users tend to interact most with viral content produced by publishers. 

When it comes to overall engagement on social media platforms, Instagram tops them all. According to the report, Instagram's top 10 accounts — most are either those of celebrities or sports leagues like the NBA — generated 4.8 billion interactions, leaving Facebook and Twitter in the dust with 922 million (Facebook) and 398 million (Twitter).