Just to update this topic in case anyone have the same question, I created a query for this:
SELECT s.spacename, um.username FROM spaces s INNER JOIN content_label cl ON s.spacedescid = cl.contentid INNER JOIN user_mapping um ON cl.owner = um.user_key INNER JOIN label l ON cl.labelid = l.labelid AND l.name = 'favourite';
Hope it helps :)
I figured out the answer for myself.
Favorite pages are treated as labels. You can apply the "favourite" label (not the spelling) to a page. So you can see what pages have been favorited by looking up the favourite labelid in the label table, then joining it to the content_label table to figure out what content has the labelid applied to it.
In order to get a table showing you the title of the page and who favorited it, you'd have to join the content table to the join above.
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