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I think I remember reading somewhere a list of countries ordered by number of searches, such as:

  • United States: 25,000 searches/day
  • United Kingdom: 8,000 searches/day
  • Canada: 1,000 searches/day
  • France: 60 searches/day

(Numbers are made up; this is just an example)

Now I can't find it anymore. Is this information still available somewhere? I don't remember whether it was a post on meta or a dynamic page on the website.

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I'm not sure if what you're looking for is what I have in my (deleted) answer, because that's all I can find. Maybe you're remembering what it looked like on one of the initial revisions before it was officially released? – Jon Seigel Nov 11 '10 at 23:10
    
@Jon: see Jeff's answer =) – Andreas Bonini Nov 12 '10 at 17:35
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See:

CSO : Display countries/cities of employers

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Thank you =) Looks like London is first for now! – Andreas Bonini Nov 12 '10 at 9:10
    
Thanks Jeff ;-) – Tall Jeff Nov 12 '10 at 13:14

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