Today's technology makes nearly everything easily and readily available. And when it comes to electing the right president, you better be informed. YouTube is the go to place for presidential stump speeches, debates, and gaffes. If YouTube volume could predict who will be the winner, we've got the graph illustrating who that winner would be.

The graphs are illustrating the number of views on videos containing or concerning the candidate. Comparing a couple of weeks ago to the past 10 days, Ron Paul is beginning to gain lots of attention.

The data was found on YouTube's Politics Channel

The below graph is showing the number of views from December 11th to January 9th

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The below graph is showing the number of views from December 26th to January 9th

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Is the YouTube momentum of any significant meaning for Ron Paul? Ron Paul is the candidate who may arguably have the youngest voters' support. Is this the reason for his popularity on the web? What do you discern from the graphs above?