Andrew Yang surpasses Pete Buttigieg in lifetime pageviews, leads for fifth consecutive week

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 4,826 pageviews for the week of September 8-14, which included the third Democratic presidential debate. Yang’s pageview figure represents 11.3% 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 fifth consecutive week leading in pageviews among Democratic candidates.
 
Every noteworthy Democratic candidate had more pageviews this week than the week before. The three largest pageview jumps were 78.2% for Julián Castro and 69.4% for Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar.
 
Last week, Andrew Yang became the overall leader in Democratic pageviews with 114,083 pageviews to Pete Buttigieg’s 114,073. Buttigieg had led in overall pageviews since April. Kamala Harris followed with 102,841 pageviews.
 
On the GOP side, Joe Walsh led the four declared candidates with 7,045 pageviews.
 



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David Luchs is a staff writer at Ballotpedia and can be reached at david.luchs@ballotpedia.org

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