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Google’s Top Searches Reveal What Everybody Googled in 2015

Like every year, Google is back with its Year In Search statistics, revealing all that we have googled over the past 12 months. These statistics constitute billions of searches across different topics such as news, politics, film, entertainment, sports etc. throughout the year 2015.

2015 was marked by several unfortunate incidents from Paris attacks to San Bernardino shootings. Google counted more than 897 million searches about Paris attacks that took place on November 13. Immediately after the attacks, Google saw the most searches about the city ever performed in its history. Other top news events included Hurricane Patricia, ISIS and Nepal earthquake that killed 9,000 people in April.

However, the world seemed to have wanted to know more about an unconscious man found in a brothel than any other thing happening in the world. Yes! That’s true. Lamar Odom, the former NBA star who is recovering after being found unconscious at a Las Vegas brothel in October was the top trending U.S. as well as the Global search of the year 2015.

Take a look at all of the Google’s Top Searches of 2015 below.

Global

Top Trending Searches

  1. Lamar Odom
  2. Charlie Hebdo
  3. Agar.io
  4. Jurassic World
  5. Paris
  6. Furious 7
  7. Fallout 4
  8. Ronda Rousey
  9. Caitlyn Jenner
  10. American Sniper

People

  1. Lamar Odom
  2. Ronda Rousey
  3. Caitlyn Jenner
  4. Adele
  5. Charlie Sheen
  6. Ruby Rose
  7. Donald Trump
  8. Sia
  9. Dakota Johnson
  10. Jeremy Clarkson

News

  1. Charlie Hebdo
  2. Paris
  3. Hurricane Patricia
  4. Isis
  5. Nepal
  6. El Chapo
  7. Greece
  8. Baltimore Riots
  9. San Bernardino
  10. Hurricane Joaquin

Movies

  1. Jurassic World
  2. Furious 7
  3. American Sniper
  4. Fifty Shade of Grey
  5. Minions
  6. Spectre
  7. Straight Outta Compton
  8. Mad Max
  9. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
  10. Birdman

Music Artists

  1. Adele
  2. Sia
  3. Eagles of Death Metal
  4. Sam Smith
  5. Meghan Trainor
  6. Fetty Wap
  7. W.A.
  8. Eazy-E
  9. Hozier
  10. Chris Stapleton

Consumer tech

  1. iPhone 6S
  2. Samsung Galaxy S6
  3. Apple Watch
  4. iPad Pro
  5. LG G4
  6. Samsung Galaxy Note 5
  7. Samsung Galaxy J5
  8. HTC One M9
  9. Nexus 6P
  10. Surface Pro 4

U.S.

Top trending searches

  1. Lamar Odom
  2. Jurassic World
  3. American Sniper
  4. Caitlyn Jenner
  5. Ronda Rousey
  6. Paris
  7. Agar.io
  8. Chris Kyle
  9. Fallout 4
  10. Straight Outta Compton

People

  1. Lamar Odom
  2. Caitlyn Jenner
  3. Ronda Rousey
  4. Donald Trump
  5. Ruby Rose
  6. Charlie Sheen
  7. Brian Williams
  8. Rachel Dolezal
  9. Adele
  10. Josh Duggar

Movies

  1. Jurassic World
  2. American Sniper
  3. Straight Outta Compton
  4. 50 Shades of Grey
  5. Furious 7
  6. Pitch Perfect 2
  7. Inside Out
  8. Avengers Age of Ultron
  9. Minions
  10. Mad Max

Natural Events

  1. Hurricane Patricia
  2. Hurricane Joaquin
  3. Tropical Storm Erika
  4. Tropical Storm Bill
  5. Nepal Earthquake
  6. Butte Fire
  7. Tropical Storm Danny
  8. Chile Earthquake
  9. Hurricane Ignacio
  10. Valley Fire

You can also view the complete top trending searches from individual countries here: Google’s Year In Search

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