December 9th – Australia’s 9th News Network reported on the 9th that in 2020, the novel coronavirus will dominate the headlines more than any other event.
However, according to a survey released by Google Search Engine, Australians seem to be more interested in another topic: “the U.S. election”, which became the most searched word in Australia in 2020.
According to Google’s search list of high-frequency news topics, “U.S. election” ranked first, “COVID-19” ranked second, and “Mountain Fires Near Me” ranked third.
Two other ones involved in the outbreak are Victoria Outbreak and New South Wales Outbreak. Australia’s most frequent Google search global public figure is President-elect Biden of the United States, while Trump ranks eighth.
Google also released How to? I can (How i?) Where to buy? Wait for the entry search list.
It is worth mentioning that disinfectant and toilet paper are on the list, “how to disinfect hands”, “how to make disinfectant”
“where to buy disinfectant” and “where to buy toilet paper”.
Another entry, although it ranks tenth on the “I can” list, is very eye-catching, that is, “Can I leave Australia?”