In the last 24 hours, the relative Google search interest in Joe Biden has surged in Pennsylvania and Ohio, far outpacing late interest in President Trump.

Across eleven battleground states, Joe Biden has led President Trump consistently in Google Trends search traffic in the final week before Election Day.

When…


Communities around the nation are learning a new rule for the fall semester: when college students return to campus, Covid-19 cases surge.

The case increases in counties where students have returned to campus are highly concerning but not yet driving increased deaths or symptoms based on a review of press…


Arguments against taking action on climate change were far more likely to get coverage in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal or USA Today based on new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Rachel Wetts, the paper’s author and an assistant professor at Brown…


Pete Buttigieg and Andrew Yang Continue to Impress, While Joe Biden Looms Large

Nationally, Google Search interest in the 2020 Democratic candidates remained mostly similar to last week, while the candidates begin grappling with a changed primary calendar and a growing field of candidates.

Image adapted from a Beto for America Facebook Ad

Beto: A Diminishing Lead Remains

Over the last 7 days, O’Rourke had substantially more interest than the field —…


Surprising nobody who reads the news, over the last week, former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s campaign announcement drove intense Google search interest.

That said, Beto’s announcement was not the only big shake-up this week in the Top 5 candidates in the Google Primary: two candidates you may not have even…


Whether you look at the last 12 months or the last 7 days, Senator Bernie Sanders is drawing more search interest in Iowa than the other top 3 announced Democratic presidential primary contenders.

However, when you zero-in on the last 90 days of data, there is much greater party between…


A couple weeks ago, I looked at search interest in each Democrat’s announcement as compared to the same day’s interest in Donald Trump.

This morning, I pulled the last seven days of data and again used interest in Trump as a baseline, comparing it to interest in Sanders, Harris, Warren…


Over the last seven days, Senator Bernie Sanders drove more Google search interest than his competitors for the Democratic nomination for President.

Sanders’ competitors in the Top 5 group of announced candidates are Senators Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, and Cory Booker along with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. …


This is the 4th post in a series of analyses of Google Trends data from the early part of the 2020 Democratic primary campaign. Find previous pieces here: Part 1 Part 2 and Part 3.

Looking at Google Trends from the last month alongside U.S. Census estimates on percentage of…


This is my third look at Google Trends data from the early part of the 2020 Democratic primary campaign. Check out my profile to see more!

The historic high levels of Google Search interest in President Donald Trump is remarkable — and quite honestly scary.

Trump’s Spectacle

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Andrew Eldredge-Martin

Political Strategy for a digital world. Founder and President at Measured Campaigns

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