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Estately Blog finds what the people Google most; Maryland does it right

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What do you google? My most frequent searches pertain to the Ravens and NHL news. But in Maryland has googled the best possible questions in their round up.

The way Estately figured out which state does what:

Using Google Autocomplete we compiled hundreds of the most common questions Americans type into the Google search bar. We ran those searches through Google Trends to determine which state queried each of these selected searches the most over the past 12 years. To be clear, the list below does not represent what each state Googles the most, it simply shows the searches each state Googles more frequently than the other 49 states and the District of Columbia.

Seriously, I couldn't be more proud of this state.

The greatest question in history, "Is Joe Flacco elite?"

The run on gag/meme has not only ran it's course, but has ran complete marathons from funny to stupid.

Other questions that Marylanders have asked:

  1. Did O.J. do it?
  2. Who unfollowed me?
  3. Who runs the world?
  4. When is it going to snow?
  5. Why do I owe taxes?

Some comical, and some serious. A good mix.

Glad my home state of Wyoming is getting existential asking, "What is Wyoming?"

Also, my current state of Colorado asks, "What is fracking?" "Where is Waldo?" and "What is hash?"

To find your home state, the entire post can be found here: