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Google Trends in the Territories: February 2023

by | Mar 15, 2023 | Data, Google Trends in the Territories, Headlines | 0 comments

Welcome back to our monthly series examining the top Google Trends in Puerto Rico, Guam, the United States Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands.

Trends data is an unbiased sample of Google search data. It’s anonymized (no one is personally identified), categorized (determining the topic for a search query), and aggregated (grouped together). Each month we’ll embed the direct data tables from Google so you can dig in deeper and learn more about each topic and the levels of interest over time. We will also mention the top rising queries, which are those with the biggest increase in search frequency since the last time period.

Puerto Rico

Top rising topics: Caribbean Series, Bowl game, Super Bowl, Türkiye, and Valentine’s Day.


Top rising topics: Super Bowl, Rihanna, Hogwarts Legacy, Bowl game, and Valentine’s Day.

US Virgin Islands

Top rising topics: Super Bowl, Bowl game, Rihanna, African Americans, and Culture.

American Samoa

Top rising topics: Computer file, Jesus, Health, Lesson, and Law.

Northern Mariana Islands

Top rising topics: McDonald’s, Bowl game, Earthquake, Calendar date, and Ultimate Fighting Championship.

For the territories, February was about sports, love, games, and finding websites. We are noticing some similarities between the top three territories by population in terms of search interests.



William-Jose Velez Gonzalez

William-Jose Velez Gonzalez

William-José Vélez González is a native from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, and a graduate from Florida International University in biomedical engineering, engineering management, with a minor in international relations. He served as the national executive vice president of the Puerto Rico Statehood Students Association for 5 years. He lives in Washington, DC, where he works at the Children’s National Research Institute and runs Opsin, a nonprofit design studio dedicated to making design more accessible. He is the founder and Editor in Chief of Pasquines.


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