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The combination presents fertile ground for misusing these new data streams.
Among the success stories so far: the use of search trends to predict GOP primary outcomes.
In the Democratic primary, Bernie Sanders’ campaign has been fueled by millennial backing, while Hillary Clinton culls a greater share of support from older generations.
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