Pete Buttigieg leads in pageviews for the first time since June, Williamson is seventh Democratic candidate to reach 100,000 pageviews

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.
 
Pete Buttigieg’s campaign page on Ballotpedia received 4,382 views for the week of November 17-23. Buttigieg’s pageview figure represents 10.3% of the pageviews for the week. Tulsi Gabbard had 8.4% of the pageviews for the week, followed by Tom Steyer with 7.9%. None of the three were among the top three Democrats for pageviews the week before. This is Buttigieg’s first time leading in pageviews since the week of June 9-15.
 
Every Democratic candidate had at least 19% more pageviews last week than the week before. The three candidates with the largest increases in pageviews were Deval Patrick (293%), Tulsi Gabbard (194%), and Amy Klobuchar (121%).
 
Andrew Yang remains the leader in overall pageviews this year with 144,654. He is followed by Pete Buttigieg with 138,084 and Joe Biden with 129,749. Marianne Williamson had 1,786 pageviews last week, bringing her total for the year to 100,048. Williamson is the seventh Democratic candidate to reach 100,000 pageviews.
 
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David Luchs

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

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