Porn website claims logins skyrocketed during presidential debate

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By WWJ Newsradio 950

(WWJ) What were you up to during the first 2020 presidential debate? Or would you rather not say? 

The porn website "I'mLive" — offering "adult webcam experiences" —  claims webcam log ins in some states went through the roof while the chaotic shouting match between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden aired Tuesday night.

Money spent on cam sessions increased by 1,900% in West Virginia, by over 700% in Arizona, over 600% in Kansas and over 400% in Joe Biden's home state of Delaware, by comparison with the same time the previous week.

In Michigan, the company says user logins were up 104% during the debate, money spent during cam sessions was up 155%, and traffic the ImLive site was up 83%. 

Here's a look at stats from some other key battleground states, as reported by I'mLive: 

In Arizona –
  • User logins were up 58% during the debate
  • Money spent during cam sessions was up 533%
  • Traffic to ImLive was up 718%

In Florida –

  • User logins were up 87% during the debate
  • Money spent during cam sessions was up 96%
  • Traffic to ImLive was up 164%

In Georgia –

  • User logins were up 69% during the debate
  • Money spent during cam sessions was up 30%
  • Traffic to ImLive was up 71%

In Minnesota –

  • User logins were up 63% during the debate
  • Money spent during cam sessions was up 29%
  • Traffic to ImLive was up 165%

In North Carolina –

  • User logins were up 73% during the debate
  • Money spent during cam sessions was up 0%
  • Traffic to ImLive was up 20%

In Pennsylvania –

  • User logins were up 60% during the debate
  • Money spent during cam sessions was N/A
  • Traffic to ImLive was up 225%

In Wisconsin –

  • User logins were up 111% during the debate
  • Money spent during cam sessions was up 0%
  • Traffic to ImLive was up 124%