By Fawn Johnson
December 22, 2016 at 2:23 pm ET
The Wikipedia entries for President-elect Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s presidential endorsements received the most edits of 2016, behind a routine list of deaths for the year, in the the online encyclopedia’s own accounting of revisions to its English-language pages.
In a runny tally, Trump’s Wikipedia page has almost 9,000 revisions on the openly edited site, while Clinton’s presidential endorsements has more than 6,500 edits. Those two entries are followed by the page for the U.S. presidential election, with more than 6,000 edits, and the Republican Party presidential nominees, with more than 5,700 revisions.
Fawn Johnson previously worked at Morning Consult as an editor for policy coverage.