Where gnxp is popular….

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I notice that a fair # of visitors have .edu addresses, but I never noted which ones were the most popular, but here are the top colleges sending traffic to GNXP from sitemeter:

#1 University of Washington
#2 Indiana University
#3 George Mason University
#4 Hofstra University
#5 Georgetown University

9 Comments

  1. Go Huskies.

  2. The Marginal Revolution people are from George Mason University, maybe that accounts for some of the traffic from there. Can’t explain Hofstra, however.

  3. GNXP’s influence is multiplied by the quality of viewership. 
     
    Still, I wonder where it ranks compared with, say, Scientific American, Nature, or ESPN.

  4. Still, I wonder where it ranks compared with, say, Scientific American, Nature, or ESPN. 
     
    they have millions of readers. we have a few thousand :) hundreds who are regulars. alexa and pagerank can tell you more.

  5. Is this website popular in the UK, with the HUGE population of south asians?

  6. Probably conservative colleges. GMU is famously conservative. Indiana is in a ‘red state’. U Wash…OK, probably not. Hofstra is in Long Island, which is a relatively red part of a deep blue state. (NYS is actually pretty purple overall, but something like a third of the population lives in…you know where.)

  7. Indiana is in a ‘red state’. 
     
    indiana has a prominent evo and eco dept.

  8. I think it is curious that this site is popular across the northern states, but not a single southern university is on the list. Well, at least nothing south of DC and it’s tony suburbs.

  9. evolution, I guess.

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