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The winner of the 2016 presidential race could be chosen by Google. This, according to a researcher at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology. Robert Epstein says Google could easily tweak their search algorithm to make a particular candidate seem more favorable in the eyes of undecided voters. Epstein rigged search results in a study and was able to boost a candidate's favorability by as much 63-percent in just one 15-minute search session. He doesn't suspect a company-wide plan to promote a candidate but says rogue lower-level employees could change algorithms.