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Conchita Wurst and Lexbase among top-trending terms in Sweden

Published tisdag 16 december 2014 kl 11.33
Conchita Wurst won this year's Eurovision Song Contest for Austria. Photo: Ronnie Ritterland / Sveriges Radio
Conchita Wurst won this year's Eurovision Song Contest for Austria. Photo: Ronnie Ritterland / Sveriges Radio

Eurovision Song Contest winner Conchita Wurst and controversial criminal-record database Lexbase were among the top trending terms in Sweden in 2014, according to a new chart by search engine Google, news agency TT reports.

Lexbase topped the chart, seeing the largest increase in searches in 2014 overall, while the death of comedian Robin Williams led to searches for his name to skyrocket, topping the chart for trending people.

Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst tops the chart for trending musicians and artists, while Melodifestivalen and the Eurovision Song Contest dominate the Swedish searches for television programmes. Chia pudding was the fastest growing food search.

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