Election Day is all about the issues, like who is Taylor Swift voting for? And, who is running again?
Hopefully, Americans know Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are candidates for president, but who can be sure, according to recent Google Trends data.
The No. 1 question people have googled in the last few hours is: Who is on my ballot? Other popular questions:
Where do I vote?
What time do polls open?
What time will the President be announced?
What do I need to bring to vote?
When looking at searches of “Who is ____ voting for," these names are the most popular:
If Google search is any indicator of the next president, Clinton is pulling ahead. As of this morning, Clinton has 51% of search interest compared to Trump’s 49%. Trump was pulling ahead in Michigan, Ohio and Nevada while Clinton topped searches in Florida, North Carolina and Texas, Google Trends reports. On the flip side, search interest in "Republican" is 173% higher than search interest in “Democrat."
Visit the Google Trends map to see in real-time what issues people are searching for this Election Day.
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