US Presidential election most talked about topic on Facebook in 2015

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(WFLA) — As 2015 comes to an end, Facebook is revealing the most talked-about topics around the world and the moments in 2015 that moved us and inspired us to take action.

Here’s what got people talking and sharing on Facebook this year-

1. US Presidential Election
2. November 13 Attacks in Paris
3. Syrian Civil War & Refugee Crisis
4. Nepal Earthquakes
5. Greek Debt Crisis
6. Marriage Equality
7. Fight Against ISIS
8. Charlie Hebdo Attack
9. Baltimore Protests
10. Charleston Shooting & Flag Debate

Watch the Facebook 2015 Year in Review video

To see details about each global topic and view other top 10 lists including top movies, TV shows, entertainers, athletes, places, new games, new sticker packs, as well as top topics and check-ins for many countries, visit yearinreview.fb.com.

Year in Review top 10 lists were measured by how frequently a topic was mentioned in Facebook posts made between January 1 and December 1, 2015. To put this list together, Facebook posts were analyzed in an aggregated, anonymized way, and then ranked to create a snapshot of the year on Facebook.

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