posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 11:37 PM
reply to post by MRuss
Oh, I did. I looked but it doesn't appear to be broken down that way. In addition the article was written in what seems to me to be a misleading way
to imply that it was all American searches, which seeing as my proxy often points to a Chinese IP might not be all that scientific either. If it's
global it would make a whole lot more sense.
ETA: And upon further consideration of this "article" that seems to actually have led you astray, perhaps it is you who should vet your sources and
gather all the facts before you begin using them as yet another convenient way to get your seemingly bitter point across?
Furthermore, what part of "Nov. 6, 2012: A screenshot of Google's Trends section shows a massive spike in last minute searches for informaiton on the
presidential candidates. (Google Trends)" leads you to believe this is a reflection of people asking just who is running?
As it turns out this may be specific to the U.S. but you didn't know that, did you? You also didn't know that if you further fine tune the search by
U.S. region, it appears that those in the blue states asked this question more frequently. I swear
edit on 11/7/2012 by ~Lucidity because: (no reason given)