Modi tops in Google search, Kejriwal second

Modi tops in Google search, Kejriwal second

BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi tops the Google search followed by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. 

According to Google India’s Score, while Modi saw 85 per cent seach, Kejriwal stood second at 65 per cent and Manmohan Singh third at 62 per cent. Likewise Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) Chief Raj Thackeray were ranked fourth and fifth respectively.

Besides his live speeches and information about his wife, people also search Modi for pictures, family, caste and qualification. Kejriwal is searched for news, family and his resignation as Delhi Chief Minister. His jokes, speech, interview and details about his wife follow next.

Most search pertaining to Rahul Gandhi are about his interview, jokes and girlfriend, besides his speeches, age, education and marriage. Google search also shows that corruption is most important subject, apart from Jan Lokpal Bill and black money, scams like Coalgate, 2G spectrum allotment and Adarsh Apartment.

Google trends show AAP is most searched regional party, followed by Samajwadi Party, Shiv Sena, All India Trinamool Congress and National Conference of Jammu and Kashmir.

In regional category, people in Karnataka search for Arvind Kejriwal, followed by Rahul Gandhi. Former prime minister H D Deve Gowda, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa are least searched for.