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While I can see the value of correction of search terms for some people, it gets in the way if you habitually search for technical information / things with unusual spellings, and they should let you switch it off!!!!!!
Thats why TOR is my friend, it fixes google-analytics
I don't think so. Tor will anonymize your destination as far as your ISP is concerned (and as far as any man-in-the-middle attack/monitor is concerned), but if you send data to google-analytics, that information will still get there. Also, Tor slows down browsing and itself opens you to a man-in-the-middle attack if you happen to hit a rogue Tor node on the way.
Personally, I just block google-analytics both in my browser (firefox with noscript) and in Privoxy, which I use for all browsing.
I recently discovered and started using the GoogleSharing addon for firefox, which doesn't seem to slow down browsing, but does proxy all unavoidable communication with Google.