Sunday, May 6, 2007

BARACK OBAMA vs HILLARY CLINTON: Google Trends shows 'Barack Obama' leading 'Hillary Clinton'. SO WHAT?

HILLARY CLINTON VS BARACK OBABMA: Google Trends data shows 'Barack Obama' leading 'Hillary Clinton'.

SO WHAT? Here's why:

Google ratings mean nothing in predicting election results.

Why not? It only represents active internet users. (Skewing younger, demographically.)

However, during a Presidential election all the little ole ladies and older, non-internet savvy users come out to vote.

So as much as I love Google for all that it is, and am excited about their new "Google Trends" (BETA), this is a very unscientfic analysis, unless you are tending a certain pyschogrpahic.

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1 comment:

Charles said...

It's not scientific - just interesting. You obviously can't predict election results based on Google searches (believing otherwise would be asinine), but I'm glad to know that people are interested in Obama and searching for information regarding him.

Thanks for the comment.