We may not know if Donald Trump is a serious contender for the White House, or what that flappy thing on his head is, but one thing we do know about the media-hungry real estate mogul: he's got everyone's attention.
Not only has the Donald dominated recent polls in the weeks leading up to Thursday's debate, he was also the most Googled GOP candidate in the US in June and July, according to data and a map from Google Trends (embedded below). Perhaps it's like watching a train crash. In any case, as seen on the map, one state withstood the Trump tidal wave: Wisconsin, where Gov. Scott Walker reigns supreme among GOP candidates in search. But don't fret, Trump has already made clear exactly how he feels about the Cheeseheads, saying "Wisconsin is doing terribly," according to a report by Business Insider.