Axios reported on Thursday that Google searches on crime and immigration have surpassed searches on abortion and the FBI Mar-a-Lago raid ahead of the midterm elections.
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Using a chart composed by weekly data from Google Trends and NewsWhip, the report found that abortion, which previously reached the number two spot of most-searched topics in the U.S. in June, fell to number 11 behind the border and immigration.
"With elections seven weeks away, some topics more likely to favor Democrats have been losing ground to those that may favor Republicans," Axios reported.