In Other News: Trump’s Success Has People Googling “How to Move to Canada”

| March 3, 2016

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According to Google Trends, Trump’s success on Super Tuesday caused a 350% spike in people Googling “How to Move to Canada.”  And search interest in “Move to Canada” reached a record high too, particularly in Massachusetts and Virginia.

Nationwide, it more than doubled the previous peak in November of 2004, when George W. Bush was re-elected.  Of course, that didn’t lead to a mass exodus back then.

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  1. Gail Williams says:

    Yah, maybe everybody that doesn’t love America and want to see it Great again, will leave. Good riddance.

  2. blacksheep says:

    Yes, Gail please answer that is it because people who look like you aren’t the only people important anymore