The Next Google News search bar isn’t perfect, but it’s pretty damn good at what it does, at least according to a new Google Analytics report from analytics company Net Applications.

As reported by TechCrunch, Net Applications also analyzed how often people were looking for sports bars.

That report shows that the average person searches for sports in the United States every 15 seconds, while they are searching for news every 6 seconds.

That’s about right for the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.

When you break down Net Applications results by country, however, it turns out that the United Sates, United Kingdom, and the UAE are the best performers.

The United States is second best at searching for sports, with an average search speed of 1.7 seconds.

China comes in at fourth best at 1.3 seconds, with the Philippines rounding out the top five.

The report shows the United State’s popularity is mostly driven by the fact that there are a lot of sports fans in the U.S. In addition to the average search time for people looking for a sports bar, the report also shows that people are searching to find sports bars in other places.

People in the US search for sports a lot more than they search for news in the UK, and it appears to be a product of the fact there are people looking to do so in other countries, such as in China.

If you’re looking for an average sports bar that has been around for awhile, the United Kiosks may be your best bet.

The average search rate for searches for a “sports bar” in the USA is around 2.1 seconds, and searches for news and other related content are about a quarter of a second slower.