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Well Tuesday is the big day. For our frineds to the South, Tuesday is the day where the nation goes to the polls and elects a new president of the United States. This election has generated a lot of interest to many of us here in Canada. No, not for the reasons you might think such as the candidates stance of foreign policy, the War or the economy. No not that. Canadians love Saturday Night Live, and SNL has experiened a strong resurgence with their entertaining skits on the new "political superstars", namely Barack Obama, John McCain, Joe Biden and especially Sarah Palin. The skits have been tremendous. Here's a peek at the Palin Rap in case you missed it:
So with the election heating up, let's havea quick peek at the online search activity for the "big 4". According to Google Maps Sarah Palin has the greatest search activity over the past 30 days with Barack Obama second, John McCain third and Joe Biden fourth (as indicated by the green trendline below.)
Tomorrow (Monday, November 3, 2008) Saturday Night Live will be hosting what promises to be an entertaining 2 hour Presidential Bash 2008. This should be hilarious with Tina Fey's bang on impersonation of Sarah Palin and special guest appearances, expect the show to deliver some high ratings. This comes as just yesterday Senator John McCain appeared on SNL. According to the Hollywood Reporter, SNL averaged a 9.0 household rating/20 share in the metered markets, according to preliminary data released Sunday by Nielsen Media Research. With Palin on a few weeks ago, Saturday Night Live experienced their greatest viewership since 1994. I would hesitate a guess that we may see Barack Obama on SNL in upcoming weeks possibly as early as next week.