Each week, we report the number of pageviews received by 2020 presidential campaigns on Ballotpedia. These numbers reflect the time investments of our community of thousands of readers who visit a Ballotpedia because they think the candidate is worth knowing more about, whether they believe the candidate has a strong chance of winning or is an unknown who warrants a closer look.
Last week, Joe Biden led all Democratic campaigns in pageviews in a week where all campaigns received fewer pageviews than last week. His campaign page was viewed 2,015 times, equaling 11.8% of pageviews for all Democratic campaigns this week. He was followed by Andrew Yang with 10.2% of pageviews and Bernie Sanders with 10.1%.
All candidates saw a decrease in pageviews relative to last week. The candidates with the smallest decrease were Biden and Sanders, whose pageviews decreased 32.2% and 34.3%, respectively. Four candidates saw their pageviews decrease by more than 60%: John Delaney (65.3%), Tulsi Gabbard (65.7%), Deval Patrick (66.5%), and Michael Bennet (67.1%).
The top three Democratic presidential candidates in lifetime pageviews are Yang with 152,535, Pete Buttigieg with 145,971, and Biden with 136,897.
As in previous weeks, every other Republican candidate led Donald Trump in pageviews. Trump received 1,133 pageviews, while Joe Walsh received 3,335, Roque de la Fuente received 2,688, and Bill Weld received 2,262.