Over the past four hours, people across America have been searching for information about what “national emergency” means. This was likely caused by reports earlier today that the White House would declare one. And it did, in a speech by the president Friday afternoon from the Rose Garden. advertisement advertisement Google says the question “What is a national emergency?” spiked +1,950% in the past four hours. Searches for “national emergency” have risen +4,000% in the same time period. As evidenced by President Trump’s statement that Google would be building a website related to the administration’s coronavirus response, many people turn to Google in the time of an emergency for information and answers. (Actually, it’s Google’s sister company Verily that’s building a limited tool to direct people to COVID-19 testing centers, but only in the San Francisco Bay Area.) Coronavirus has been an extremely hot search topic, as people look for information about the virus itself and about how they might be affected. In fact, as Washington Post data reporter Christopher Ingraham points out, it may be the biggest Google Trend in history. Searches and questions about the virus are already twice as big in volume as searches around Trump’s election… Read full this story
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