A new study has found that Google searches are the most popular search engine for Russian citizens and that the top search engine in Russia is the one most people are using.
According to the research, published in the Russian Economic Journal, Russian citizens search for news and data with a search engine that includes all major search engines in the world including Google, Yahoo, Bing, Baidu, and Bing.
Russian searches are used by people in the US and Europe to get their daily news and information, according to the study.
Search engines also dominate the news and video sections of Google, with users using Google for a majority of searches in Russia, according the study, which was conducted by researchers from the Institute of Internet Technologies (IIET).
Google’s popularity is increasing across Russia and in the country is also growing rapidly, said IIET researcher Andrey Zorin.
Russian citizens have been searching for news since the beginning of the 21st century and their search engines have grown rapidly.
Google’s popularity and the growth of Google’s news search engine have been accelerating since Google acquired the company in 2014.
Google searches have grown in Russia at a rate of almost 2 million percent per year since 2014, the study found.
Russian searches are growing faster than any other major country in the western world, the IIET study found, with search volumes for news, information, entertainment, travel, travel and shopping being growing at double digits every year.
The study also found that Russian search engines are used for most of the searches on Google.
The top three search engines by volume are Google, Bing and Yahoo.
Yahoo is also the number one search engine among Russians, the research found.
While Russian citizens are the largest market for Google searches in the U.S., they account for only 7.5 percent of the global search volume, the analysis found.
Russia has long been a key market for the search engines that dominate the world, with searches in Russian-language media growing in recent years and increasing by a factor of 5.5 on the US Internet index in 2016.
Russian search engines dominate searches for news in RussiaAs a result, Russian search engine searches have become more popular than search in the United States, said the IIETS study.
The study found that searches for Russian news were up over 20 percent year over year from 2015 to 2016.
The search volume for news has increased at double-digit rates in the last two years.
Russian news search traffic grew by more than 1.5 million percent in 2016, and more than 9 million percent since 2014.
The IIETS researchers did not provide a breakdown of the top five search engines used by Russians in the study and it is not clear if Russian search results are also dominated by Google.
However, a separate research team from Russia’s State Research Center for the Information Society concluded in 2017 that Russian searches were more likely to include “foreign news” content than other searches.
Russian users of Google were more frequent on Google than other search engines, according a research by a non-profit organization, the Institute for Internet Technologies.
Russian citizens were also more likely than other users to search for “foreign media,” said the report.