This year is loaded with tweets about Biden and Trump; The first of the hashtags is 'Covid 19'; Indians look for IPL more than Covid on Google!


US President Donald Trump's most-tweeted name this year has been a significant upset via web-based media. He is trailed by US President-elect Joe Biden in runner up. The data was delivered in Twitter's yearly report. Executive Narendra Modi is positioned seventh on the rundown.

Selected US Vice President Kamala Harris of Indian plunge turned into the lone lady to make the best ten. Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Narendra Modi and Kamala Harris are the most tweeted worldwide pioneers, says Tracy McGraw, Twitter's worldwide head of shopper interchanges. In excess of 700 million tweets have been tweeted about races all throughout the planet.

The hashtag #COVID 19 has been the most utilized hashtag this year when the Kovid scourge governed the world. #StayHome, which is identified with Kovid, is in third spot. The second hashtag is #BlackLivesMatter, the death of George Floyd in the US, which started a progression of fights. Rapper Kanye West and b-ball legend Kobe Bryant are additionally on the rundown of the most tweeted.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is the most looked through game on Google by Indians this year. The second is the quest for the Covid. Dalton espresso, immunosuppressant, and curds are among the most sought-after things in India.

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