According to analytics.usa.gov, at 11:37 pm last night, there were 93,764 people on government websites.
Those visits totaled 1.45 billion during the past 90 days. This is a top 13 list of where we went last week:
Our Bottom Line: Government Information
Of course, because of the tax deadline, the IRS was #1. However, the list provides some insight about how we need and use information from government agencies. As our largest federal budget item, Social Security is on the list. Smaller spenders though that relate to the weather, the environment, and the space program are also quite popular.
Any suggestion about what all of this means? Please do send a comment.
Money, weather, health, jobs, social security, immigration, the environment… Not at all surprised to see these in the top ranks. All the expected topics of interest in American society and politics.
Interesting, though, are NASA, NOAA and National Park Services!