For its investigative journalism debut, the McGill Journal of Political Studies conducted research into the Google search histories of politicians from around the world. Here are the results:

Justin Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister:

  1. Best political distraction techniques
  2. Quirky socks amazon
  3. Justin Trudeau

Andrew Scheer, leader of the Conservative Party of Canada:

  1. Rebel media
  2. What is “climate change?”
  3. How to smile in pictures tips and tricks

Jagmeet Singh, leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada:

  1. How to run a campaign with no money
  2. Burnaby South google maps
  3. How to ask to be paid again after giving up your salary

Stephen Harper, former leader of the Conservative Party of Canada:

  1. Top 10 ways to be relatable Buzzfeed
  2. Right here, right now
  3. Sweet Caroline lyrics

Francois Legault, Quebec Premier:

  1. What is a hijab  
  2. Can Montreal separate from Quebec
  3. Is La Meute racist

Xi Jinping, President of China:

  1. Canada rule of law wikipedia
  2. Can communists still be rich
  3. Black mirror nosedive

Theresa May, British Prime Minister:

  1. Top 10 non-European vacation destinations
  2. How to fake your own death
  3. How to deal with annoying male colleagues

Donald Trump, President of the United States:

  1. Stormy Daniels videos
  2. Vladimir Putin
  3. Donald Trump best pictures

Beto O’Rourke, Democratic Presidential Candidate:

  1. How to Facebook live stream
  2. Pete Buttigieg dirt
  3. Ideal weight to stand on a counter

Vladimir Putin, Russian President:

  1. Best horseback riding trails in Russia
  2. Donald Trump worst pictures
  3. Top 1 most powerful world leaders

Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil:

  1. What’s wrong with nepotism
  2. Can you make forests disappear
  3. Signs your kid is gay

Karl Marx, philosopher, back from the dead:

  1. Das Kapital sales
  2. Is capitalism still a thing
  3. Hegel sparknotes