Time Magazine announced today that Pope Francis is their selection for 2013’s Person of the Year. See how his PeekScore compares to those of Time‘s other candidates for the distinction here, and how his score compares to the most prominent living past honorees here.
We’ve taken Time Magazine’s shortlist of candidates for 2013’s Person of the Year, and did our PeekScore thing with them all; seeing how they size up and shake out when it comes to online prominence, influence, and impact. Check it out here.
In 1927, Time Magazine selected transatlantic aviator Charles Lindbergh as their first ever “Man of the Year” (a distinction later made less blatantly politically wrong and renamed “Person of the Year”).