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Google Searches for 'Australian Immigration' spike as Americans try to move countries after Trump's win

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Hillary Clinton voters have been frantically searching for an escape to Australia since Donald Trump won the Presidential Election.  'Australia immigration' and 'New Zealand immigration' were some of the most searched terms in Google in the 24 hours following the US election. 

Over the past 15 years, the country's population in Australia has almost doubled from about 50,000 to 100,000. American's initially move to Australia temporary for well-paid jobs, but decide to stay on long-term after enjoying the quality of life.

Some of the celebrities who had promised to leave the country if Trump won the presidency include Lena Dunham, Miley Cyrus, Kesha, Cher, Bryan Cranston, Barbra Streisand, Stephen King and Ne-Yo.

We took a light hearted approach to the election outcome on our Facebook page: 

Some of the responses prove that many American's have a misconception about Australia, including views that we have 'dogs the size of spiders!' Click here to see how American's reacted to this Facebook post. 

 

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