Saturday, 1 March 2014

Google PM Trends: Arvind Kejriwal and Rahul Gandhi both lose ground to Narendra Modi.


Google Trends: Arvind Kejriwal loses ground to Narendra Modi
Express News Service | March 1, 2014:: Narendra Modi's search popularity peaks whilst Arvind Kejriwal's and Rahul Gandhi's takes a beating.

Last month, we ran a story about Google search trends which suggested that Narendra Modi might be the next prime minister. January saw Narendra Modi leading Arvind Kejriwal by a slender margin in Google search popularity. Roll on February, Modi opened the gap between him and Kejriwal by almost doubling his lead.
Riding the aam aadmi wave, Kejriwal became the Chief Minister of New Delhi in December. His search popularity numbers were 75 — five more than Modi — back in December. Since then Modi has shifted gears and stepped on the accelerator to fightback from 70 to reach 82 on Google Trends.
Rahul Gandhi, on the other hand, saw his search popularity surge after his interview with Times Now. But he has slipped to 23 from 36 since then.
To understand how Google Trends works, and to get a more detailed comparison between the three leaders, read this: Narendra Modi may be the next Prime Minister, suggest Google trends

Narendra Modi may be the next Prime Minister, suggest Google trends

Leela Prasad | Express News Service | February 15, 2014 | Updated on February 28, 2014::  As a followup to day before yesterday’s post on @ArvindKejriwal and @narendramodi followers on Twitter, today, we take a look at how popular Rahul Gandhi is when compared to the two national leaders. For this post we used Google Trends to help us gauge the popularity of Rahul, Kejriwal and Modi. Google Trends records search queries that contain keywords related to the three leaders and visualizes the data using graphs. The search query numbers are normalized for our convenience, and plotted on a graph scale of 0-100. The search queries used in the last 30 days are chosen for our case study.
1) Interest over time
If we analyse the peaks and troughs of the Google Trends graph, we can learn why there was a huge spike in the number of people 
2) Regional interest .....
3) Search queries ......                     read details here. 
Courtesy: Indian Express.


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