General Election 2017: Which St Albans candidate has been Googled the most?
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Which St Albans candidate has been Googled the most? We’ve run the numbers through the Google Trends app to find out who’s winning the search engine skirmish in the run up to next week’s General Election.
Over 90 days up until Monday, May 29, the Liberal Democrat Daisy Cooper has come up out top, with an average score of 22.
Conservative candidate Anne Main came a distant second with a score of four.
Labour candidate Kerry Pollard came third, with an average score of one.
In last place was Green candidate Jack Easton, who did not register a score.
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The average scores are for interest over time, and are based on the how popular the most popular search term is.
A survey of Herts Advertiser readers currently has the Liberal Democrats on course to win the seat, based on 5,900 participants.
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