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Thursday, 14 December 2017

Google search trends 2017 shows we care more about kids education than football

Google search trends in 2017 shows we care more about kids’ education than football: Google has published its search trends for 2017, and it looks like the results of the elementary school examinations are what we cared about the most this year. Coming in at second place, were the results of the World Cup draw, followed by searches for the “Salsal Al Dam” tv show. Global results appear to reflect search trends in the US, with Hurricane Irma topping searches. The Apple 8 and Apple X phones came in at second and third place, while Matt Lauer and Kevin Spacey, who were recently outed and lost their jobs as a result of the [redacted] harassment scandal, followed.

Tap here to see the results filtered for what we in Egypt searched the mostor head here to see the full global rankings.

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