Marine Le Pen leads by a wide margin on a Google Insight graph that determines which candidate is the object of the greatest number of searches. This news is posted at Nations Presse:
Le Journal du Net writes:
"Nonetheless, the number of Google searches does not always indicate the outcome of an election. In 2007, according to Google Insights, it was… Ségolène Royal, who was the most in demand on the Internet in April and during the whole campaign. She was not overtaken by Nicolas Sarkozy until the month of May, after his election. On the other hand, the data for 2007 show the rise of François Bayrou who had passed Jean-Marie Le Pen at the time. This year, the Google indicators for François Bayrou seem to reflect his position in the polls."
It's a very good sign that Marine Le Pen arouses so much interest among Internet users. Let's bet on her achieving the same result at the polls on Sunday!
Labels: Election 2012, Marine Le Pen