If Google searches are any indication, there is a more intense interest in publicly declaring Hillary Clinton belongs in prison than showing support for her candidacy for president.
Regated.com recently produced a series of search term comparisons related to Clinton and Donald Trump in order to gauge intensity among voters for or against each candidate.
Perhaps the most humorous bit of data revealed more Google users search “Hillary for Prison shirt” on a monthly basis than “Hillary bumper sticker”.
According to the data, there are an average of 1,900 searches per month for “Hillary for Prison shirt” while only 1,600 searches for “Hillary bumper sticker.” There are even fewer — 720 — searches for “Hillary shirt.”
According to the Regated report, Google users are searching “Make America Great Again” — Trump’s campaign slogan — much more frequently than Clinton’s “I’m With Her.”
The data shows a profoundly greater interest in Trump online than Clinton:
The American Mirror conducted its own search of searches for the last 12 months and Trump’s slogan is consistently being searched more frequently than Clinton’s:
Will online interest translate into voters turning out at the polls? We’ll know November 8th.