Google searches vary from one country to another because people in different places have different interests, concerns, and cultures. For example, someone in Japan might be searching for the best sushi restaurants, while someone in Brazil might be looking for information about carnival celebrations. It’s like each country has its own unique recipe for searches, tailored to the tastes and preferences of its people. So, whether you’re searching for local news, recipes, or cat videos, Google understands that what’s popular in one place might not be as popular in another.
The Reddit maps below illustrate one aspect of this search variety. They specifically look into the Google autocomplete “how do I..” question in each country. Browse through them and let us know what you think. We apologize if you can’t find your country. We did our best to include all countries, but unfortunately, data is missing in some countries.