Fascinating insights. One thing the curves could do is to use the colours of the parties on the graphs. It would be easier to read.
Libertas Poland is not really popular in terms of votes. It is only that Polish Public TV is ruled by people connected to this party, and so they forced journalists to show Libertas as 3 party in Poland, even if it has only 1% of support in polls. This is why it is searched so often. Will this e-popularity convert into support? We'll see on Sunday evening.
Now with the results out, it will be interesting to compare some data and find some useful insights, such as which parties have much more computer savvy followers and which ones lack of them. The search trends in France & Germany reflected almost the actual results of the polls. In France the UMP had the lead of votes, followed by the opposition Socialist Party and the Europe Ecologie environmentalist party in third. Wow, Fascinating...
Now with the results out, it will be very interesting to find out some facts, such as which parties have much more computer savvy followers... and other useful insights.The search trends in France & Germany reflected almost the actual results of the polls.France UMP had the lead of votes, followed by the opposition Socialist Party and the Europe Ecologie environmentalist party in third. Wow, Fascinating!
There are quite many ways to interpret these data, and I'd be cautious to do so:Interest in certain parties may be triggered by the search for general information; it may be the result of a specific news item that raised attention to this party; a party might be of interest of because it is unknown and people want to know more about it; etc.What I want to say is that you cannot draw any conclusion from the figures except that there was rising interest in certain parties at certain times. To understand why this was the case, you'd probably have to analyse the news of these days.
I was wondering when people who were hacked in 1997 will ever gain rights to recover their documents. The reason I am asking is that currently, some politicians were hacked and they now realize how invasion of privacy 0r lack thereof feels.
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