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Numbers Don't Lie: Bernie Sanders Was the Most-Searched Candidate During First Democratic Debate of 2016
The first Democratic debate of 2016 covered all the usual ground but with some decidedly unpredictable results, including the debut of some instant quotables from struggle candidate . Though the overwhelming majority ofSunday's festivities centered on the growing tension between and , even O'Malley managed to get in a quick flex against all possible odds.
Sanders remained the most-searched candidate throughout the entire South Carolina debate, the Daily Dot reports. In fact, Sanders was able to quickly steal previously charted Google impressions from Hillary Clinton once the debate kicked off. Sanders' Twitter popularity also spiked significantly, with both Sanders and O'Malley gaining more new followers on Sunday than Clinton: