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The Resorts in the Maldives have been frustrated due to the overwhelming number of requests for freebies on the social media
The Maldives look like a great place for a hammock, and just chill out, in our collective search.
Earlier this week, Google released the results of its 2019 “Year in Search,” which will determine the top trending topics and searches about entertainment, sports, news, diet trends, and much, much more, as compared with the end of 2018.
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Google will keep track of the data, for which we would love to be able to go on holiday, in particular, through the study of one of our queries started with “journey” (as in “a trip to the Maldives or a trip to New York city”).
The top 10 most desirable destinations in 2019 at the latest, at least among the Americans, as a whole, were as follows:
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Google also keeps track of the states were more interested in the destination. For example, Texans were more interested in a trip to the islands of the Maldives. And, appropriately enough, the ancient Hawaiians were the most likely to want a trip to Japan, which is located on the other side of the Pacific ocean.
For countries in the americas, it was found that a number of the cities on the list were the most popular among the people who have been living in the state. For example, Nevadans were more interested in a quick trip to las Vegas, as the Louisiana natives were more likely to search for “trip to New Orleans,” than anyone else in the country.
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For more on Google’s top “trending” queries, you can search for the company in the search engine results.