The Google 2019 Year in Search lets us in on what everyone has been asking Google.

Google released its 2019 Year in Search data, and we can now see what folks across the country have been turning to Google for throughout the year.

Every day people look to Google for the answers and information they need or want to know. The list is long and has close to 30 categories, but there are a few notable mentions: Baby Yoda was the most searched baby (because, of course!), R. Kelly was the top searched musician, Billy Porter took top spot for People of the Red Carpet, Game of Thrones was No. 1 and Stranger Things No. 2 for television shows, and the most searched for recipe in the U.S. in 2019 was Shepherd's Pie followed by chicken parmigiana. 

In the United States, as far as top searches go, Disney+ made the No. 1 spot, check out the top 10 trending searches in 2019:

Top Searches in the United States

  1. Disney+
  2. Cameron Boyce
  3. Nipsey Hussle
  4. Hurricane Dorian
  5. Antonio Brown
  6. Luke Perry
  7. Avengers: Endgame
  8. Game of Thrones
  9. iPhone 11
  10. Jussie Smollett

People

  1. Antonio Brown
  2. Jussie Smollett
  3. James Charles
  4. Kevin Hart
  5. R. Kelly
  6. 21 Savage
  7. Lori Loughlin
  8. Jordyn Woods
  9. Bryce Harper
  10. Robert Kraft

What is...? 

  1. What is Area 51
  2. What is a VSCO girl
  3. What is momo
  4. What is a boomer
  5. What is quid pro quo
  6. What is camp fashion
  7. What is Disney Plus
  8. What is Bird Box about
  9. What is a Mandalorian
  10. What is Brexit

Most Searched Movies

  1. Avengers: Endgame
  2. Captain Marvel
  3. Joker
  4. Toy Story 4
  5. The Lion King
  6. IT Chapter Two
  7. Frozen 2
  8. Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
  9. Midsommar
  10. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Top Searched News 

  1. Hurricane Dorian
  2. Notre Dame Cathedral
  3. Women's World Cup
  4. Area 51 raid
  5. Copa America
  6. El Paso shooting
  7. Sri Lanka
  8. Government shutdown
  9. Equifax data breach settlement
  10. California earthquake

You can check out all the categories here. We must admit we have Googled a few of the people, places, and things included on the list, though we certainly saw a few new terms, as well. It's also quite interesting to compare to what other countries and the global population were searching for, comparatively.

What about you? Have you Googled any of the subjects that made the 2019 most searched list? Give us the details in the comments below.