Tomorrow is a big day for the candidates that are in the race for the White House. It’s Super Tuesday, both parties will hold 11 state primaries and caucuses, the most on a single day during the entire campaign. Bing has added a new feature to its search engine called Search Wave. It’s powered by Bing Predicts and enables you to get an even closer look at your presidential candidates.
Bing Predicts forecasts that Donald Trump is going to win all but one of the Republican primaries on Super Tuesday while Hillary Clinton will use the momentum from her recent win in South Carolina to win all but one of the Democratic primaries. The victor of Super Tuesday has historically gone on to secure their party’s nomination for the highest job in the country.
Search Wave in Bing enables you to take a deep dive into the search volume for each candidate. It lets you see what people are searching about for each candidate on Bing. The search results are categorized by age, gender and state to provide a unique view of how candidates are capturing the attention of potential voters around the country.
Bing points out that the Search Wave feature uses aggregate anonymized data and doesn’t obtain or use any personal information in these reports. It counts volume and not the sentiment which means that being controversial might lead to an increase in search volume, which counts as much as being popular.
Bing Search Wave can be accessed by clicking here.