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What have we googled in 2020? Google reviews the most repeated search terms throughout this year.

In one of the most unusual years of recent times, Google has decided not to miss its appointment with him review of the most repeated search terms over the last twelve months.

Once again, before the end of the year, Google shows us what is it that search engine users we have consulted more times during 2020.

And logically, the vast majority of search terms revolve around the this year's main theme in each and every one of the categories, contrasting greatly with the trends of last year in which topics such as General elections, Neymar or Listeriosis were among the greatest concerns of the Spanish.

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This has been the most searched on Google during 2020

As expected, coronavirus it has been the most repeated search within the general category. Search term follows US elections, which occupies the second position, surpassing “Classroom”, the Google teaching platform that this year has achieved great popularity by becoming one of the most used distance study tools.

Sport occupies the last two positions of the top 5, with "La Liga" in fourth position, and Kobe bryant, sadly passed away in January 2020, in fifth position.

The results are not very different if we take a look at the global search top, again with the term "Coronavirus" in the first position, and the United States elections in the second.

In this case, yes, the searches about Kobe Bryant raise the former Los Angeles Lakers player to third position, leaving Zoom, the video calling and meeting app, and the 2020 Indian Premier League of Cricket - IPL in fourth position - in the fifth.

On the Google Trends page dedicated to the summary of the year, Google allows us to take a look at the most repeated search terms in different categories such as recipes, education, music, TV and personalities, as well as others destined to the resolution of doubts - “How”, “When” or “Why” -. In them, terms such as "homemade bread", "how to make cloth masks", "Pau Donés", "The Island of Temptations" or "Donald Trump" stand out.