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Which of these will be the 3rd most searched car company on Google's 2013 Zeitgeist list? (United States only)

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PREDICTED CHANCE

TODAY

Audi

(closed)

Predicted: 5.32%

Actual: 5.32%

BMW

(closed)

Predicted: 5.49%

Actual: 5.49%

Chevrolet

(closed)

Predicted: 11.84%

Actual: 11.84%

Dodge

(closed)

Predicted: 7.94%

Actual: 7.94%

Ford

(closed)

Predicted: 11.98%

Actual: 11.98%

Honda

(closed)

Predicted: 13.73%

Actual: 13.73%

Jeep

(closed)

Predicted: 5.53%

Actual: 5.53%

Lincoln

(closed)

Predicted: 7.94%

Actual: 7.94%

Nissan

(closed)

Predicted: 11.84%

Actual: 11.84%

Toyota

(closed)

Predicted: 11.85%

Actual: 11.85%

None of the above

(closed)

Predicted: 6.50%

Actual: 6.50%

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December 05, 2013 @ 10:59pm PST

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Most by: kleinechama (27 predictions)

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lecufr   •   Tue Dec 17 2013 at 11:25am PST

Google did not release a most searched car company list this year. (They issued a Trending list which is different from the Most Searched list.) This market is being refunded.

lecufr   •   Tue Dec 17 2013 at 07:02am PST

Google appears to be releasing the lists for other countries before they get to the one for the U.S. The one for the U.K. just hit the news.

lecufr   •   Fri Dec 06 2013 at 07:18am PST

I’ll be cashing this out as soon as Google releases the 2013 Zeitgeist lists. In the past it’s usually been sometime during the second week of December.

wstritt   •   Fri Nov 08 2013 at 05:11am PST

Tesla (i.e. None of the above) could be climbing the charts this year.

lecufr   •   Fri Nov 08 2013 at 06:22am PST

Fisker too, maybe? Anyway, please be sure to read the question correctly. It’s asking for the 3rd most searched. Tesla might make the list this year but will it rank that high?

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"Because now it's the most search car"

tali bought Honda at 12.52%
November 10, 2013 @ 03:17am PST

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