Data from the firm Experian Hitwise show that on a weekly basis barackobama.com draws far more visitors than mittromney.com, often by margins of four or five to one.
The most recent set of figures, for the week ended July 7, showed Mr. Obama’s site garnered 1.76 million visits, while the site for presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney saw about 476,000. The week ended June 23 Mr. Obama’s site had 2.47 million visits compared to the Romney site’s 265,000. WSJ also notes where the visitors come from and what it says about campaign activity.
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