In addition to the voter info tool we've shared with you, check out the Trends tab on our Politics & Elections website: http://goo.gl/gO9U3. Here, you can compare search trends graphs from Google presidential candidates for the whole country or a specific state. Alternatively, you can view the data as a heat map for the United States. This information comes from Google Trends (google.com/trends), a tool that shows you search volumes for one or many keywords and allows you to compare them for specific time ranges and locations. Try using Google Trends to compare other election-related search terms, like Paul Ryan and Joe Biden, liberal and conservative, or donkey and elephant. You can also get trends on our page.
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- lolzNov 7, 2012
- Sarah N.+1Buh-bye political ads!Nov 7, 2012
- IKR?! FINALLY! I CAN HAVE MY PEACE! POLITIC-FREE TV! JUST THE WAY I LIKE IT! REMINDS ME OF SWEET LEMONS!Nov 7, 2012
- woopie, i no longer have that rain cloud above my head, but now i have an obama one.Nov 8, 2012
- Google - your "News" coverage during the election cycle was partisan and agenda-driven. Your bias against conservatives was noted, as it is with ABC, NBC etc.
America nurtured you. You have forgotten your obligation to present all sides.
I only wish I could find a way to teach citizens literacy regarding media bias. You are a prime example of propaganda.Nov 8, 2012
- wow, I've actually been intrigued. CONGRATS 4 ACTUALLY INTRIGUING ME! WHAT KINDA GIFT U WANT?Nov 8, 2012