Politicians and celebrities live common lives in many ways. They both are the top favorites of media, as media persons keep trying their best to cover the life events, even the smallest happenings in the life of celebrities and politicians. Some people back in the 90s used to spend hours together in libraries to go through the autobiographies and other books on politicians just in order to know them well. However, this trend has completely vanished in today’s world, where any information you want on just about anything s just clicks away. All thanks to Google, this enables us to access the information related to the life of our favorite politicians just with a few clicks. Here are some Indian politicians whom people search the most on Google:
Google Trends show that PM Narendra Modi not only secured complete mandate but he also rules the roost in the virtual world. He is a tech savvy person himself, and he tops the list of the most popular Indian politicians on Google. He ranks 65 points out of 100 in terms of popularity on Google.
Rahul Gandhi is not far behind in terms of internet popularity. He did not perform well in the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, but still he has massive fan following on Google and other social-networking sites. He is not an avid user of social networking sites and prefers one on one interaction with people. Rahul Gandhi ranks second in Google images also, which is not surprising for the good looks he has.
Social media has done a lot to make Arvind Kejriwal a famous personality, and no doubt his work has lent itself exceedingly well towards bringing fame for him. He comes third on the list of most popular and most Googled Indian politicians, but he does not score well as far as Google images are concerned. There was a time when Kejriwal enjoyed even more popularity than Modi, but after he stepped down from the post of CM; his popularity graph showed a steep decline.
Modi calls her his younger sister, and she has come a long way from being a TV star to the politician that she is today. She is a perfectionist and PM Modi did not miss the quality of hers and gave her an opportunity to serve the Ministry of Human Resource Development. She ranks good in Google images as well.
Common people, who have a penchant to know their favorite politicians inside out, search them on Google web and images, which makes politicians popular on the social media.