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Vice President Kamala Harris is barely beating the anti-Biden slogan, “Let’s go, Brandon,” in Google searches as the former California senator attempts to beat back negative press about her performance thus far in office.
According to Google Trends, “Let’s go, Brandon,” reached its peak popularity in web search inquiries on Nov. 1, one month after the slogan, which really means “F— Joe Biden,” took the internet by storm.
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Between Oct. 5 and Nov. 8, the phrase consistently beat Harris in web search inquiries. Harris saw a spike in searches on Nov. 19, the biggest surge since she was sworn in, after President Biden briefly transferred presidential power to her while undergoing a colonoscopy under anesthetic. Since then, “Let’s go, Brandon,” has remained relatively neck-and-neck with Harris in Google search inquiries as of Thursday.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris deliver remarks on the new child tax credit in Washington on July 15, 2021. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
When broken down over the last 30 days, the search data shows the top three related searches for Harris are “Kamala Harris cookware,” “Kamala Harris acting president,” and “Kamala Harris Supreme Court.”
The top related searches for “Let’s go, Brandon” were “Let’s go, Brandon Urban Dictionary,” “Let’s go, Brandon store,” and “Let’s go,…