Although “coronavirus” was the most popular search inputs worldwide, people also wondered why the infection is called COVID-19, why mental health is important, why schools are closed, why so many people have died, and why people are protesting.
“Despite everything that was happening around us, we were more inquisitive than ever, asking questions like “Why do people dream?” and “Why is Mars red?”. We remained optimistic and looked for creative ways to spend our time. This year, searches for “sourdough bread recipe” reached a record high”, the company said in a publication.
According to the information, most often users entered queries into the search engine about the coronavirus, the US elections and amendments to the Constitution of Russia.
Also, the top ten requests included an address by Russian leader Vladimir Putin, the fight of Khabib Nurmagomedov and Justin Gaethje, and the Belarusian and Karabakh events.
“People followed the election contest between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, were interested in Alexei Navalny, Mikhail Efremov and others”, commented on Google.