According to Viralvideochart.com, (which, funnily enough, compiles viral video charts), recent political ads from U.S. Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama have been amongst the most talked about videos across the net over the last week.
Viralvideochart.com scans “several million blogs a day,” according to the site, and compiles its charts according to the number of times each video is linked to, and embedded from, YouTube, Google Video, and MySpace.
On Friday, McCain’s ad branding Obama “the biggest celebrity in the world” topped the chart, racking up 168 new posts in 24 hours. In the same period, Obama’s “Low Road” T.V. ad clocked up 42 new posts, managing only eighth place.
The only other actual ad in the site’s top 20 today is Snickers’ speedwalker ad, at thirteenth place.
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