Google Releases ’13th Annual Year-End Zeitgeist’ – Here are DC’s Top Google Searches

by Prince Of Petworth December 17, 2013 at 10:30 am 3 Comments

Photo by PoPville flickr user J Sonder

From an email:

“Google is releasing its 13th Annual Year-End Zeitgeist — an in-depth look at the stories, people, and topics that captured the world’s attention this year. From the most trending celebrities, to the hottest gizmos and gadgets, to the topics and people that sparked interest, Google’s Year-End Zeitgeist is a look back at the year through the lens of Google Search, now in over 70 countries around the world.”

Following are the top results for Washington DC:


Continues after the jump.



  • Capitol X

    Telling that “Redskins” didn’t turn up in the top sports searches.

    • Anonymous

      What people search does not necessarily equal what they are interested in/like.
      People use Google to search when they want to learn more or something new.
      People in the D.C. area probably have their dedicated websites they go to for the pro football team, Caps, Nats etc.

  • Fellow Massholes

    Lots of interest in Boston sports issues for DC.


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