Google’s Prime Search Phrases of 2014: Robin Williams Leads a Grim Seize Bag

Google has revealed its prime trending searches of 2014 inside the U.S., they often perform a reminder of how robust a yr it has been for subsequently many. Robin Williams, who died an untimely dying in August, was No. 1. Ebola, Malaysia Airways and numerous different ongoing conflicts moreover made the very best 10 largest guests spikes — though the gloominess is tempered by the presence of the ever-nicely-favored World Cup, the bafflingly widespread "Flappy Fowl" and the center-warmingly in fashion ALS Ice Bucket Drawback.

Not every search was doom and gloom. People do search for the most recent films and political factors — and it will come as no shock to anyone with kids that the very best-searched movie this yr was the animated hit "Frozen." President Obama was the very best politician in searches, with Chris Christie and Rand Paul nipping at his heels. Rumors of a run for the very best office helped put Elisabeth Warren inside the prime 10 as correctly. The rest of the very best searches, from selfies to celebrity weddings, could possibly be found at Google’s 2014 developments net web page.

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—Devin Coldewey
First revealed December sixteen 2014, 12:06 AM