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DirkL7 says

The Open Sans font seems to be the most preferred font these days. Is there any specific reason for it because it doesn’t seem to be a relative new font. I quite like it though because it seems to fit nearly any project I’m working on.

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ceosDesigns says

Yap, it’s quite universal font :)

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FRESHFACE says

Yes, it’s easily the best multi-purpose free webfont these days. Plenty of weights and character sets. Good for body copy and headings. Universal yet modern looking sans-serif. There are a few as visually nice as this one, but they for example lack weights or character sets the Open Sans has.

http://www.google.com/fonts#UsePlace:use/Collection:Open+Sans
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