How Google Instant Is Influencing Elections

Search Engine Journal, Wednesday, October 27, 2010 10:29 AM
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Google Instant, which suggests popular search strings, is making it harder for politicians to hide their indiscretions, says Zach Matthews. In fact, "the Republican candidate for Governor of Georgia, Nathan Deal, may very well be the first politician to lose an election in part because of a search-string suggestion." Matthews explains in full.
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