Questions Each State Googles More Than Any Other State
We have lots of questions that's for sure, and where do we go to find the answers? The world wide web. Take a look at searched questions state by state using Google Autocomplete.
Estately has taken on the job of compiling hundreds of common questions we type into the Google search bar. Using Google Trends, they determined which state asked each of these searches the most over 12 years. Estately reminds us that the list "simply shows the searches each state Googles more frequently than the other 49 states and the District of Columbia."
Californians don't know what mullets and Jello are. Those in Indiana want to find out how many states there are. People in New Jersey want to know - Who is Hillary Clinton, how to stop Trump, and how to make friends. New Yorker questions are from one end of the spectrum to the other.
NEW YORK: Am I bisexual? / Am I an alcoholic? / Am I a democrat? / Where my dogs at? / Is Cornell an Ivy League school? / What’s a millennial? / Who killed Biggie? / Who to invade next? / Who unfriended me? / How to meet women? / Who is Banksy? / When is Passover? / Is Mercury in retrograde? / Is wine gluten free? / How to ask for a raise? / Is Hillary Clinton left handed? / Is Bernie Sanders a communist?