Does Google index javascript ALTERED content over original content?

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Question:
I know Google nowadays is pretty good at scanning the DOM and adding stuff to your site using javascript isn’t a problem anymore.

Thing is, I’m using javascript (jQuery) to collect information from a perfectly good structured web-page to make some sort of widget. I’m too ashamed to show code because, really, it’s a bit of a mess. And not really relevant to my question.

So in the original content there’s something like this:

Title

Content here

Title two

Content two

I’m collecting shit from all over the page to rearrange it into stuff I don’t want Google to see like this:

content here
Content two

Again, please don’t just my old and horrible ways of thinking here. The question I’m trying to ask is; Does Google now read the original semantically pretty version or the javascript ruined version?


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