What Google Searches Say About Presidential Debate

The Washington Post, Thursday, October 4, 2012 12:13 PM
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Four Google graphics provide insight into whether Obama or Romney won Wednesday's first presidential debate. The graphic explains that Obama's numbers rose when focusing on bipartisanship, where Romney seemed to do well overall. The related search terms drawing the most attention for Obama were "obamacare," "michelle," phone," and "video." For Romney, those search words were "mitt bio," "how old is mitt," "5 trillion tax cut," and "mitt big bird." 

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