Google has revealed what Irish people searched for the most in 2020 with their top 10 searches list published today.
In a year like no other Ireland's most searched for topics were unsurprisingly Covid dominated, yet the US presidential election took the title as Ireland's overall most searched for in 2020.
As Irish people endured a global pandemic, lockdowns and a US election shrouded in controversy, people turned to Google for answers to the many pressing issues 2020 threw at us.
Joe Biden, Boris Johnston and Kim Jong Un were the top three most searched people last year, while Ireland's own Phil Hogan and Katie Taylor feature in the top 10.
From 'how to cut men's hair' to 'how to make hand sanitiser', Irish people looked to the internet's wisdom to tie them over two national lockdowns (without barbers) and keep the virus at bay.
Brown bread and scones were top the most searched recipes this year. In what will come as a shock to many, banana bread doesn't feature in the list despite the boom that gripped the nation particularly during the first lockdown.
Here's Ireland's most searched in 2020:
Top 10 searches - Overall
Top 10 Searches - People
Top 10 Searches - losses
Top 10 'How to' searches
Top 10 searches - Sports
Top 10 Searches - Movies
Top 10 Searches - Recipes
Top 10 'What is' Searches
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