reply to post by ItsSocietysFault
That does seem quite low.
Maybe people are reluctant to search search things, for the fear of being targeted or placed on some sort of 'List'.
It might be more likely to return low search results if there had never been any instances of bombings at any past Olympic Games.
The Olympic Bombing in Atlanta put the possibility of future bombings into the minds of many Americans and other citizens world-wide.
Whenever the Olympics are discussed in general conversation, it is not odd to hear possible terrorist attacks brought up at some point.
Some of the most common topics I have noticed surrounding the London Olympics are ; Opening Ceremony, the Different Events, the Favorites in Each
Event, Event Locations, Musicians to Perform, Celebrity Presence, Athlete Training Regimen, Olympic Security Size, Security Plan of Safety
Enforcement, Potential Terror Groups Targeting the Olympics, Most Likely Location of Terror Attack, etc., the list can go on.
Many people around the globe are very interested in attending the Olympics, lots of them have children and like the idea of exposing them to the
Almost everyone I know with children plan their trips with family security and safety in mind. There are so many different cultures coming together in
London, for the Olympics, it is inevitable that confrontations will occur over simple misunderstandings and some of them could become violent.
These different aspects of security does seem like there would be an explosion of internet searches. It is hard to believe the search stats you
provided are remotely accurate.
Even a small region of a single country would probably have higher search numbers for the relevant topic than what is given as the current search
They are ridiculously low, it seems like any attempts at manipulating the search figures would have at least been made to appear plausible. Those
numbers are just unbelievably low, but I am no expert in any way or form. I will see if I can come up with any different numbers to compare to what