Last week’s historical election turned our country upside down. Regardless of who you voted for, watching the results was a real nail-biter.
Many people went to bed thinking they would wake up with one person being president-elect to find out the next morning the other candidate won.
While the media and the polls had predicted a huge win for one candidate, the opposing candidate pulled out a victory. Needless to say, there was a bit of confusion. People from both parties were asking a lot of questions.
When you have questions where do you go to find answers? Millions of people turned to Google.
I bet you asked some of the same questions. Want to know what questions everyone was asking? Check out the lists on Google’s post, America’s top google searches reveal just how confused the country is right now.
Google tracked the most asked questions after the election. There were lots of questions about the electoral college and the popular vote, questions about Hillary Clinton, “How did….,” and “Why did….”.
Read the post and check out the most popular questions in each category.
What questions are you still asking after this historic election?
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