Our team has conducted some major research on John Yarmuth, current as of 2020-04-01. John Yarmuth is a politician in Kentucky’s 3rd congressional district. Here’s their handsome photo:
Twitter activity: As of 2020-04-01, John Yarmuth (@RepJohnYarmuth) has 43612 Twitter followers, is following 545 people, has tweeted 4259 times, has liked 159 tweets, has uploaded 1048 photos and videos and has been on Twitter since October 2011.
Facebook activity: As of 2020-04-01, John Yarmuth has 26,845 likes on their facebook page, 33,061 followers and has been maintaining the page since November 19, 2009. Their page ID is 214258646163.
How popular is John Yarmuth right now? On Google Trends John Yarmuth had a popularity ranking of 0 ten days ago, 26 nine days ago, 0 eight days ago, 43 seven days ago, 46 six days ago, 24 five days ago, 0 four days ago, 34 three days ago, 34 two days ago, 0 one day ago and now has a popularity rank of 0. So in the recent past, they were gathering the most attention on 2020-03-24 when they had a rank of 46. If we compare John Yarmuth’s popularity to three months ago, they had an average popularity of 10.2, whereas now their average popularity over the last ten days is 17.3. so by that measure, John Yarmuth is getting more popular! But in any case John Yarmuth can’t be considered an extremely popular person, at least as of 2020-04-01, since they have a rank of 0 on at least 1 day.
And what about how John Yarmuth has fared if we consider the entire past 3 months? Our date indicates 2020-02-05 to be their most popular day, when they had a relative rank of 100. Not bad!
We found suggested searches for people looking up John Yarmuth include John Yarmuth (duh…).
As of 2020-04-01, Google Trends didn’t bring back any related queries for John Yarmuth.
We did some more exhaustive analysis today on the web sentiment regarding John Yarmuth, and found a number of recent news articles about them. I may update this post when I have analyzed more of them.
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