Limbaugh's Traffic Spikes after Obama Win

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh's website saw a spike in traffic apparently brought on by President Obama's election victory.

Limbaugh's traffic nearly doubled briefly in early November when Obama took the White House, according to data from Alexa.com, a site that tracks web traffic for individual sites as a percent of total Internet traffic. Quantcast.com, a similar site, shows a less drastic bump, with around 200,000 more people visiting Limbaugh's site once Obama won according to its estimate.

After tapering off to nearly a one-year low in late December and January according to both sites,

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