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Top 10 searches Utahns did on Google this year

Published December 16, 2014 3:38 pm
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Google has released its results of the most searched for topics searched the world over. So, what did Utahns search for?

Some of the answers mirror national trends, but some are particular to the Beehive State. It's apparent Utahns still love the Olympics, and that feminist movements in the Mormon church were of interest. And, yes, Utahns have done their part to keep Kim Kardashian famous for continuing to do nothing of note. Here's the breakdown:



Top trending searches

1 • World Cup schedule

2 • Joan Rivers

3 • Medal count

4 • Ferguson Missouri

5 • NBC Olympics

6 • Kim Kardashian

7 • Star Wars 7

8 • Harold Ramis

9 • Flappy Bird

10 • Robin Williams death

Top trending politics/news/events

1 • World Cup schedule

2 • NBC Olympics

3 • Memorial Day

4 • Olympics 2014

5 • Ray Rice video

6 • Brazil vs. Germany

7 • Ebola virus

8 • Oscars 2014

9 • Michael Brown

10 • Blood Moon

Top trending people

1 • Joan Rivers

2 • Kim Kardashian

3 • Harold Ramis

4 • Robin Williams

5 • Kate Kelly

6 • Ray Rice

7 • Meghan Trainor

8 • Cliven Bundy

9 • Michael Brown

10 • Renee Zellweger

Top trending "What is" searches

1 • What is mutton?

2 • What is friction?

3 • What is Alibaba?

4 • What is Mormonism?

5 • What is tryptophan?

6 • What is hominy?

7 • What is skiathlon?

8 • What is copyright?

9 • What is communism?

10 • What is happiness?

Top trending "How to" searches

1 • How to dance

2 • How to sing

3 • How to screenshot

4 • How to pronounce

5 • How to hack

6 • How to love

7 • How to sleep

8 • How to crochet

9 • How to knit

10 • How to kiss

Sheena McFarland

smcfarland@sltrib.com

Twitter: @sheena5427

 

 

 

 

 

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