AMID the politics and slogans of this year’s election, voters have turned to the thing they trust the most – Google.Voters have asked the search engine the important questions leading up to the General Election, with the most popular query “who should I vote for?”Other popular auto-fill searches have seen suggested questions including “is Theresa May related to Brian May?”, the famed Queen guitarist, as well as “is Jeremy Corbyn a vegan?”Questions including “Is Nicola Sturgeon a Celtic fan?” were also suggested to those curious Googlers ahead of the election.The search terms were revealed when Google released the top searched terms and questions relating to the UK election in the past seven days.Other timely suggestions from Google include “Theresa May Shoes”.But if the UK search interest in the parties is anything to go by, the Labour party has been involved in half of the questions asked of Google, while the Conservative party has been included in 22 per cent.Scott Donnelly, Search Engine Marketing Strategist at DigitasLBi, wrote in a blog about the search trends, saying: “Across the whole of the UK then, it’s noticeable just how much interest is being drummed up by Labour.”In each country, while Labour may not be leading… Read full this story
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