Google’s share in the Chinese search market has steady declined since the company officially left China back in 2010. Google was recently ranked the fifth most popular search engine in the country, with just a little over two percent of traffic and page views.
Google’s market share in China has been steadily falling since Google left China 2010 after it grew frustrated with the country’s censorship policies and attacks from hackers. Google fell from fourth to fifth place in the ranking in March and its page-views for June are almost a full percentage point lower than they were a year ago.
The table above shows the contenders for third, fourth, and fifth place in the Chinese search engine market.