Each week, we report the number of pageviews received by 2020 presidential campaigns on Ballotpedia. These numbers show which candidates are getting our readers’ attention.
Andrew Yang’s campaign page on Ballotpedia received 3,321 pageviews for the week of September 1-7. Yang’s pageview figure represents 10.5% of the pageviews for all Democratic candidates during the week. Joe Biden had 8.7% of the pageviews for the week, followed by Elizabeth Warren with 7.7%. This is Yang’s fourth consecutive week with the most pageviews among Democrats.
Every noteworthy Democratic candidate had fewer Ballotpedia pageviews last week than the week before. The three candidates with the smallest week-over-week declines in pageviews were Beto O’Rourke (-19.2%), Amy Klobuchar (-29.7%), and Pete Buttigieg (-33.0%).
Buttigieg remains the leader in overall pageviews this year with 111,101. He is followed by Yang with 109,257 and Kamala Harris with 100,164.
On the GOP side, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld had 5,339 pageviews to former Rep. Joe Walsh’s 4,496 and President Trump’s 1,187.