Between political pundits, pollsters, and stump speeches, it's easy to get lost this election season. So much noise!
And in times like this, Americans turn to an emotionless medium for the political questions they have: Google. It's here that you'll find some of the most revealing questions Americans have about America's two major party presidential candidates.
Luckily, Google has a service called Google Trends. If you're looking for what people are searching on Google, Trends is the place to explore as much.
Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathy Shelton (L-R) sit at the presidential town hall debate between Republican US presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, US, October 9, 2016. All four women have leveled sexual assault allegations at former president Bill Clinton. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
Given that we're just a few short weeks away from the November 8 presidential election, Google Trends has been cataloging what people are searching for on each candidate on a day-to-day basis. And what they're searching for speaks volumes.
Here's a look at what people are searching for most when it comes to Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump, just the past day:
Based on those questions, it's clear that both Trump supporters and non-supporters alike are looking for information on Trump's campaign. Most tellingly, based on the chart to the left, people are looking up what Trump said most recently instead of his main policy tentpoles: building a wall along the US/Mexico border, defeating ISIS, and strengthening the economy.
Things get even more revealing when you look at general searches related to Trump's campaign: