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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Turns Out Clevelanders Didn't Just Search for Porn on Google in 2019

Posted By on Thu, Dec 12, 2019 at 12:11 PM

click to enlarge The Browns vs. Steelers game was the No. 1 trending topic on Google this year in Ohio. This photo shows Browns fans gearing up in the Muni Lot  for a game against the Steelers back in 2018. - PHOTO BY EMANUEL WALLACE
  • Photo by Emanuel Wallace
  • The Browns vs. Steelers game was the No. 1 trending topic on Google this year in Ohio. This photo shows Browns fans gearing up in the Muni Lot for a game against the Steelers back in 2018.
We don't want to alarm you, but 2019 is soon coming to a close.

And while we're pretty sure the top Google searches this year had to do with pornography, the search-engine has provided us with a roundup of the clean-ish things that trended on its site not only in Cleveland but also Ohio throughout 2019.

In Cleveland it seems we were obsessed with getting that IRS refund back into our bank accounts. Meanwhile, the Browns vs. Steelers game most managed to capture the attention of the rest of Ohio (and is strangely nowhere to be seen on Cleveland's trend results).

Here were the top Google trends of the year:



Cleveland’s 2019 Year in Search
1. irs.gov Refund
2. Nipsey Hussle
3. Cameron Boyce
4. Antonio Brown
5. Captain Marvel
6. Disney Plus
7. Game of Thrones
8. Avengers Endgame
9. Myles Garrett
10. Lori Loughlin

Ohio’s 2019 Year in Search
1. Browns vs. Steelers
2. Disney Plus
3. Cameron Boyce
4. irs.gov refund
5. Antonio Brown
6. Luke Perry
7. Hurricane Dorian
8. Nipsey Hussle
9. Avengers Endgame
10. Jussie Smollett

Find the whole Google report right here.

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