It seems Americans were hungry and thirsty on Election Day.
On Twitter, Google trends revealed that searches on Election Day of “fries near me” and “liquor store me” were at “all-time highs."
"Fries near me" and "liqour store near me" are at all-time highs in searchhttps://t.co/Gx6j7GtCJuhttps://t.co/Lf24eYg6uy pic.twitter.com/mma88WWmCR
— GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) November 4, 2020
As the evening progressed, Americans also sought after pizza, Chinese food, Sushi, and Mexican food.
By 5 p.m. CT Tuesday, searches for exit polls, live election coverage, and Chinese restaurants were popular U.S. Google terms.
Top trending on all of US Google search right now in the US:
1. exit polls
2. live election coverage
3. chinese food near me
4. who won the election today
5. election coverage
More data: https://t.co/nfYDxkDMAT
— GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) November 3, 2020
There were also foreign countries that were interested in the U.S. election. Cuba topped the list, followed up Germany, Ethiopia, Iran, and Ghana.