The 50 Most Popular Conservatives According to Google (2013 Edition)


Putting together a list of the most Googled conservatives is more difficult than you’d think. You have to come up with an initial list of conservatives. The original list was over 150 conservatives long, all of whom are alive. Of course, you’ve also got to decide who’s a conservative and who isn’t. In some cases, that was a tough call, but I tried to err on the side of inclusion. After that, I searched the names of each conservative, in quotes, and the number of times it came up in the last year is listed next to the name. That’s how the list was compiled. Now, here are the results!

PS: Some of these numbers have ALREADY changed in the few hours since I started putting the list together. So, don’t surprised if they don’t exactly match up if you check the numbers.

50) Jan Brewer 199,000
49) Jim DeMint 203,000
48) Mark Steyn 205,000
47) Koch Brothers 205,000
46) Ted Cruz 214,000
45) Dennis Miller 219,000
44) Charles Krauthammer 241,000
43) Michael Savage 248,000
42) Thomas Sowell 255,000
41) Wayne LaPierre 256,000
40) George Will 446,000
39) Dr. Laura 472,000
38) Clarence Thomas 574,000
37) Eric Cantor 648,000
36) Pat Robertson 993,000
35) John Roberts 1,040,000
34) Mike Huckabee 1,110,000
33) Mark Levin 1,170,000
32) Dick Cheney 1,180,000
31) Todd Akin 1,270,000
30) Allen West 1,400,000
29) Ann Coulter 1,480,000
28) Karl Rove 1,530,000
27) Herman Cain 1,560,000
26) Bobby Jindal 1,580,000
25) Ben Shapiro 1,660,000
24) Mitch McConnell 1,730,000
23) Sean Hannity 1,740,000
22) Michelle Malkin 1,820,000
21) Ted Nugent 1,880,000
20) Rick Scott 2,010,000
19) Marco Rubio 2,090,000
18) Michele Bachmann 2,230,000
17) Scott Walker 2,330,000
16) Rick Santorum 2,740,000
15) Bill O’Reilly 2,740,000
14) Newt Gingrich 3,150,000
13) Rand Paul 3,220,000
12) Rick Perry 3,520,000
11) Rush Limbaugh 4,260,000
10) Chuck Norris 12,300,000
9) George Bush 13,800,000
8) George W. Bush 23,900,000
7) Sarah Palin 25,500,000
6) Chris Christie 32,300,000
5) Glenn Beck 33,800,000
4) Ron Paul 35,100,000
3) John Boehner 47,100,000
2) Paul Ryan 54,800,000
1) Mitt Romney 133,000,000

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