Ron Paul continues to remain hugely popular in cyberspace, if not in the real world. Despite the verbal beating Rudy Giuliani rained down on him at the last GOP debate, Dr. Paul has been maintaining his impressive showing with the tech-savvy Internet crowd.

The 10632 subscribers to the Congressman’s youtube.com channel easily trump the showing of all other presidential hopefuls, both Democratic and Republican. Leading Democratic horse, Barack Obama, is currently a distant second with 5776 youtube subscriptions.

Though he usually registers in the low single digits in polls, Ron Paul’s support has consistently been at on near the top in such popular online venues as youtube and myspace. If Paul is to have a chance to stay in the race, he will need his online pals to get off their computers long enough to start showing up in real-world polls and voting booths.

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