The number of consumers with low scores searching for “credit cards” is way up this year and the number of consumers searching for “cash advances” has soared. A new survey shows that the number of online credit card applications submitted by “subprime” (FICO Greater than 660) applicants increased by 30% in the first quarter versus the same period last year. Meanwhile, the number of applications submitted by “prime” applicants declined by 16%. comScore says its survey also found that the number of searches for the term “cash advance” more than doubled, while the number of searches for the term “foreclosure” jumped 68%. Other terms that have increased in search volume include “credit card” (up 20%), “mortgage” (up 13%), and “bad credit” (up 9%).