As 2023 dawns in, we are looking back to bid goodbye to 2022, which has been a year like no other. From war and protests to historic firsts, this year had it all.

The last 12 months have been defined by economic, environmental, and geopolitical upheaval. A deadly war broke out after Russia invaded Ukraine; Britain lost its familiar face of royalty before being rocked by a political and economic crisis; Pakistan faced a devastating flood and witnessed the ouster of cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan as Prime Minister.

Elsewhere, the familiar comfort of social media went haywire with Elon Musk taking over Twitter; on the other hand, the cryptocurrency market experienced some of the highest-profile collapses, with Terraform Labs and FTX exchange crumbling to smithereens.

Several anti-government protests erupted around the world this year. Some were driven by the upsurge in crippling inflation, while others were curtailed on personal liberties, including freedom of speech and expression.

On one side, a wave of protests broke out in Iran after police allegedly tortured and killed a 22-year-old Kurdish woman for improperly wearing a hijab. Meanwhile, Sri Lankans took to the streets to demand the resignation of their President, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, after years of alleged corruption and economic mismanagement that plunged the nation into a dire financial crisis.

Although 2022 appears to have brought more bad news than good, some events certainly made history.

The world witnessed some superstar rivalries, penalties, iconic goals, and goalkeeping masterclasses at the FIFA World Cup, held in Qatar. Lionel Messi’s crowning as world champion in his final international football match before retirement brought Argentina to victory after 36 years.

Among the other good news, the world celebrated Indian-origin Rishi Sunak becoming the first person of color to become British Prime Minister; the world population surpassed 8 billion on November 15, 2022, more than 200 years after it reached its first billion-person milestone in 1803; and Apple becoming the first company to reach a stock market value of $3 trillion.

The events of this year will shape 2023 and the forthcoming years. Through this survey, Real Research aims to hear opinions on the most significant events of this year. Hence, hurry and answer the survey on The Best of 2022 on the Real Research app from December 30, 2022. After that, you will receive 70 TNCs as a reward.

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Survey on the Best of 2022

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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – “Avatar: The Way of Water Ranks No.1 For Best Movie of 2022”, Says 14.44%.