In addition, reading your current case study evidence I am wary again, since the number of subscribers is quite low compared to the 400+ million userbase and 138,000 subreddits existing as of the end of 2020. Answering your query on the low activity (user, comments, posts, upvotes) of identified doomer subreddits, helpful principles to look at are the 1% rules, Pareto Principle, and 90 9 1 rules. Basically most people online are passive and it only takes a very small number of active users to push things.
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