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Thompson, Obama Winning Web Wars

By Jim Meyers   |   Tuesday, 06 Nov 2007 12:38 PM

Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson is winning the War of the Web – his campaign site on the Internet is attracting significantly more visitors than any of his GOP or Democratic rivals.

Thompson’s site, fred08.com, received a projected 635,000 unique visitors in September, the latest month for which figures are available from The Nielsen Company’s NetRatings Inc.

That was more than seven times the number of visitors to leading GOP candidate Rudy Giuliani’s site.

Barack Obama was the leader among Democrats. His campaign site drew 433,000 unique visitors in September.

Here are the numbers of unique visitors for each of the presidential Web sites, according to NetRatings Inc. projections:

REPUBLICANS

Fred Thompson: 635,000

Mitt Romney: 347,000

Ron Paul: 286,000

John McCain: 136,000

Mike Huckabee: 89,000

Rudy Giuliani: 87,000

DEMOCRATS

Barack Obama: 433,000

John Edwards: 410,000

Hillary Clinton: 302,000

Joe Biden: 94,000

Bill Richardson: 78,000

Chris Dodd: 35,000

Dennis Kucinich: 6,000

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