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Hours after the UK voted to leave the European Union, "What is the EU?" became the second top UK Google search on the issue.
The top five search queries were:
- "What does it mean to leave the EU?"
- "What is the EU?"
- "Which countries are in the EU?"
- "What will happen now we've left the EU?"
- "How many countries are in the EU?"
The questions formed the top Google searches conducted on the EU since the official Brexit result was announced.
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