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The Most Popular Wikipedia Articles


Wikipedia has announced its most visited pages last year. Unsurprisingly, Donald Trump features high up on the list, with almost 30 million visits. The only thing able to beat the U.S. President in fact, was a list of deaths for 2017 which attracted over 37 million hits. Other pages provide an insight into what happened during the year, with Meghan Markle and Bitcoin receiving 16.9 million and 15 million visits respectively.


Infographic: The Most Popular Wikipedia Articles | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

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The Most Edited Wikipedia Articles Of The Last Decade

by Niall McCarthy

George W. Bush is the Wikipedia page with the most edits of all time, some 46,000. It is also the most edited entry in a single year with people tweaking it 20,894 times in 2005. Since its creation, Wikipedia has grown to over 5 million entries and they have attracted about 808 million edits.


Infographic: The Most Edited Wikipedia Articles Of The Last Decade | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista



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