Ted Cruz and Mike Pence are winning the race for most-Googled searches

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CLEVELAND – Google says that searches for Texas Senator Ted Cruz spiked by 1,100 percent, while searches forGOP Vice Presidential candidate Mike Pence jumped 450 percent since the two men addressed the convention in Cleveland late Wednesday.

The most-searched question for Cruz was: “Why were people booing Ted Cruz,” after Cruz was booed off stage when he wrapped up his speech without endorsing Donald Trump for the president.

Other searches for the Texas senator included “booing” and, Cruz’s final message to voters, “vote your conscience.”

Other trending searches from the third day of the convention included, “Which Trump kid is most in charge?” and “Did Rubio endorse Trump?” a reference to Trump’s former rival, Sen. Marco Rubio, who delivered a video message but did not appear in person.

Rubio endorsed Trump in May.

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