The analysis of Google trends for the period from April 8 to 14 showed that Ahn scored 87, much higher than Moon's 55. The Google trend is an index that measures the search frequency of certain keywords on Google.
The Liberty Korea Party's Hong Jun-pyo ranked No. 3 with 24, followed by Yoo Seung-min (Bareun Party) with 10 and Sim Sang-jung (Justice Party) with 9. By region, Ahn came on top in search frequency throughout the entire parts of the country, excluding Ulsan and South Gyeongsang Province, the two regions where Moon stayed ahead.
The search frequency for Ahn peaked on April 10 when the polls of major media showed that they are now in a neck-and-neck race.
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