This question that worries the French with a 1000% increase in Google searches reflects their love uncertainty

Google regularly publishes analyzes on the most frequently asked questions about the search engine. For the French, the theme of love is particularly questionable and according to the insights of GoogleData published last April, one question in particular seems to be bothering them. Up 1000% compared to February 2021, it reflects their uncertainty about the feeling of love. The search “How do you know if you are in love?” has indeed skyrocketed and exceeds other queries such as “When will I find love?”, which has still increased by 310% in one year. Other questions on the rise are worth noting, such as “How to say I love you without saying it” (+58%), “successful first date sign” (+69%) or even “Bio Tinder funny” ( +15%). Some are still looking for true love outside of dating apps and we can note the beautiful question “How to find love without a dating site?” which is part of the many searches. We hope that Google will have allowed all these romantics to find a satisfactory answer.

Besides love, new Google search trends in 2022 in France show that the war in Ukraine is a big cause for concern. The search for “help Ukraine” has notably skyrocketed in recent months and is a good reflection of the start of 2022. The trends for 2021 were very different, reflecting a year marked by the coronavirus epidemic and punctuated by successive confinements. In the top 5 trends for 2021, “curfew certificate” thus comes in second place, just after “euro 2021” and ahead of “Ligue 1”. “Roland Garros” then occupies fourth place, followed by “Vite ma dose”. The top of the “why” questions shows in first position the astonishing question “Why chainsaws were invented?”, which seemed to be running through the minds of the French since it is also found in second position of the top of “all the questions asked”, just behind “how to obtain the health pass” and in front of “when does Macron speak?”.


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