At least here, the FDP was able to win last year: The party has made it onto the list of the memo keywords that recorded in 2013 the largest increase in requests to the search engine giant Google – albeit at number 10 out of 10
This is evident from the “Google Zeitgeist”, an overview of the most popular search queries of last year, which announced on Tuesday the company. Interest in election issues was therefore great in Germany, with memorandum requests the largest increase was in the “Bundestag election in 2013″ lists. In addition to the FDP was the only party to the AfD represented (Alternative for Germany) in the top 10, before “flood”, “North Korea” and “Nelson Mandela”. The term “Snowden” it brought only ranked 12th
election in 2013 made generally noticeable in the trends. The biggest jump there made the “Wahlomat” the Federal Centre for Political Education, which became the keyword of the year, before finding the portal “Real Scout” and in November fatally injured actor Paul Walker.
Walker has also accommodate two of the most wanted persons of the past year, according to the pop singer Helene Fischer and before the entertainer Miley Cyrus. The five most frequently gegoogelten politicians were Barack Obama, Angela Merkel, Peer Steinbrück, Philipp Rösler and Annette Schavan. Among athletes dominated the football players, who ranks first prove Robert Lewandowski, Mario Gotze and Bayern coach Pep Guardiola. With the Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel and the Wimbledon finalist Sabine Lisicki managed only two athletes from other disciplines to the list.
elusive phenomenon “Harlem Shake” came in at number one musical trends, the song “Gangnam Style” in second place (last year it was at the top). “Heino” ranks third.
Popular sporting events were the “Handball World Cup 2013,” the “Champions League 2013″ and the duel “Bayern Barcelona”, the most popular TV shows “American Idol” (“Germany seeks the superstar”), “Berlin Night and Day” and the “Daily Show”.
evaluated for the “Zeitgeist” 2013 Google from more than a trillion search queries. They should give you an overview of what people have moved in the past year, said Google spokesman Ralf Bremer. How many of these requests came from Germany, the company was not known.
The most common search terms are, however, no longer published. In 2010 were about “Facebook”, “YouTube” and “Google” it – probably because many users are still not up to the rigors of the Internet