UNDATED (CNN) - In addition to having one of the coolest spots at the convention, Google is tracking trends and hot searches, and what's got people searching may surprise you.
In the "Digital Age," we are what we search! And the world's largest search engine carved quite a space in Tampa at the Republican National Convention. But Google's presence is more than just digital-chic. They're also using what we're searching, to track political trends.
"We see that there's a lot of interest in the speeches, because as soon as they start talking, we see search interest on their name jump up," says Google's Abbi Tipton.
"'Paul Ryan - Mom' or 'Paul Ryan - Wife.' These are the things that were really resonating, even though he was talking about the politics a lot of the time, people wanted to know about the personal," Tipton says.
It's an option more prevalent now than ever. Instant answers about a candidate's positions and personality are available at our fingertips.
It's a trend that will continue, when the Dems take center stage in Charlotte.