Google Trends Map Thread

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by TwiliAlchemist, Jan 2, 2019.

  1. TwiliAlchemist JAY INSLEE 2020!

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    Here we go. A thread for all those Google Trends maps that have appeared in the Alternate Electoral Maps thread. You can put your google trends maps and Alternate Google Trends maps that may exist in your timelines.
     
  2. Hulkster'01 alternatehistory.com's number 1 Hulkamaniac

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  3. Oryxslayer Electoral Calculator

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    I guess I throw this in from the other thread - its point about posting timestamps is still valid:

     
  4. TooManyIdeas Giving Al Gore flashbacks since 2017

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    1788-89 Google Trends Election (Trend is from March 3, 2008 to April 3, 2008):

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    Former United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom John Adams - Federalist - 48.9% - 276 EV
    Governor of New York George Clinton - Anti-Federalist - 0.1% - 0 EV
    Senior Officer of the United States Army George Washington - Non-Partisan (Aligns with Federalist) - 51% - 262 EV

    1792 Google Trends Election (May 1 to June 1, 2008):

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    Vice President John Adams - Federalist - 26.8% - 3 EV
    Governor of New York George Clinton - Democratic-Republican - 0.1% - 0 EV
    President George Washington - Non-Partisan (Aligns with Federalist) - 73.1% - 535 EV

    1796 Google Trends Election (August 15, 2004 to October 29, 2005):

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    Former President George Washington - Non-Partisan - 53.4% - 535 EV
    President John Adams - Federalist - 10.4% - 0 EV
    Former Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson - Democratic-Republican - 36% - 3 EV
    Other - 0.2% - 0 EV
     
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  7. Codae Well-Known Member

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    The site isn't letting me look at the maps.
     
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  8. Ben Crouch Semi-Pro NASCAR historian.

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    It won't even let me put my maps. :mad:
     
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  10. The British Empire Not A Well-Known Member

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    Because it's technically an election map, I'm going to put it in the Alternate Election Maps thread.
     
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    Alex Jones (Blue) v Elizabeth Warren (Red)
     
  12. Hulkster'01 alternatehistory.com's number 1 Hulkamaniac

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    Critic - 512 EV
    Joe - 26 EV

    Critic after his victory is declared..
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    1800 Google Trends Election: February 27, 2008 - March 22, 2008:

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    President John Adams - Federalist - 50% - 282 EV
    Vice President Thomas Jefferson - Democratic-Republican - 50% - 256 EV

    1804 Google Trends Election: January 1, 2004 - January 4, 2019 (Edited because only 4 or 5 states were filled out, I colored the rest of them according to red state or blue state status, and VPs were used, this time Pinckney v. Clinton):

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    President Thomas Jefferson/Former Governor of New York George Clinton - Democratic-Republican - 44.7% - 426 EV

    Former Ambassador to France Charles Pinckney/Former Ambassador to the United Kingdom Rufus King - Federalist - 55.2% - 112 EV

    1808 Google Trends Election, March 19, 2004 - April 21, 2004 (Edited, reason listed above):

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    Secretary of State James Madison/Vice President George Clinton - Democratic Republican - 96% - 495 EV
    Former Ambassador to France Charles Pinckney/Former Ambassador to the United Kingdom Rufus King - Federalist - 4% - 43 EV
     
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  15. Bomster Who is the spiciest memelord?

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    That is sad
     
  16. Hulkster'01 alternatehistory.com's number 1 Hulkamaniac

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    Kennedy - 350 EV
    Lincoln - 188 EV

    I'm surprised how much JFK beat Lincoln
     
  17. Gentleman Biaggi Leader of the bisexual agenda

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    It’s because of the conspiracy theories
     
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  18. kodak Has much to learn

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    JFK also has a big airport and federal building named after him, which explains his popularity in New York/New Jersey and Maryland/Virginia.
     
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