Depends on the market. Google really has no competition globally, but some local search engine are better for local results. I know Baidu is very popular in China, but I also think it is heavily censored.
I've tried a number of search engines, but I always get the kind of search results I'm looking for on Google. Then, I'd have to say Google.
Google is above all till now, other local search engines and Bing and Yahoo are of great help.
Actually I am using several search engines but I only put my trust in Google.
I also tend to use Google for most searches, but I also use Yahoo, Bing and Ask as well sometimes just to see what different results come up. You might also want to try dogpile.com which uses all the top search engines that I mentioned and piles results all into one list.
Its the most reliable and fastest search engine.No other search engine can beat it.
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