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Google Trends Puts Gabbard And Booker As Clear Winners In First Democratic Debate

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Google Trends Puts Gabbard And Booker As Clear Winners In First Democratic Debate

Google Trends Puts Gabbard And Booker As Clear Winners In First Democratic Debate

The first debate of the 2020 United States presidential election took place on Wednesday night in Miami, and it featured 10 of the 20 Democratic hopefuls.

With so many candidates vying for attention, it can be hard to know who voters were most interested in.

But Google Trends has two potential answers: Representative Tulsi Gabbard and Senator Cory Booker.

The little-known Congresswoman from Hawaii saw the largest spikes in search traffic from Americans during Wednesday night's debate.

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