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Campaign 2012

What Our Googling Says About the Election

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A man passes under the Google sign at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California on January 5, 2010.  Google unveiled its new "superphone," the Nexus One, marking the online search giant's first leap into the smartphone market.  UPI/Mohammad Kheirkhah(UPI/Mohammad Kheirkhah)

Courtesy of the team at Jess3 and Google Politics and Elections, here are some great graphics showing trends in what the American public is Googling about this election. Take a look at what people want information on, when not being pestered by pollsters.

1) The Candidates

 

 

2) The Main Swing State

 

 

3) Swing States in General

 

4) Voter Fraud

 

 

5) The Main Issue of the Election

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