Canada’s immigration website saw US trade spike on Super Tuesday

Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s website saw a spike in U.S. trade as primary choosing formula rolled in on Super Tuesday, according to information performed by CTV News.

More than 15,000 webpage sessions were available from American internet providers between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. Tuesday, with scarcely 68,000 that day.

That compares to about 4,400 between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m., and 48,000 via a day, one week progressing on Tuesday, Feb. 23.

Around 8 p.m. ET on Super Tuesday, when voting formula were trickling in, 3,191 Americans clicked on a CIC website. You can see it in a draft above.

After 9 p.m., as networks announced Donald Trump a leader in 5 states, trade from a U.S. reached 4,890 visits.

In a 10 p.m. hour, as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton delivered their feat speeches, a series of American visitors surged to a high of 10,287.

Traffic was still high in a following hour during 7,168 visits.

Overall, some-more than 26,000 people regulating U.S. IP addresses visited a website in a four-hour window over Super Tuesday, that is distant above average.

Although Americans mostly fun on amicable media about relocating to Canada if someone they depreciate wins a U.S. presidency, a numbers advise during slightest some might be critical about moving.

Twitter was flooded Tuesday with Americans observant they were so endangered that Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will take a White House that they announced their skeleton to “move to Canada.”

Google also saw a spike in searches for “moving to Canada” on Mar 1st, with even some-more on Wednesday, Mar 2nd.

With files from CTV National’s Richard Madan