What Questions Do Utahns Ask the Most on Google?

Ever wonder what your neighbors are searching for on Google?

Real estate website Estately looked at what questions each state Googles more than any other. They used Google Autocomplete to get a list of the most common questions asked of the search engine giant, then ran those through Google Trends to see which state searched for those questions the most over the past 12 years. 

Some of them are pretty stereotypical. Oklahoma likes to ask “Is Obama a Muslim?” while Kansas asks “How to make meth?” California asked a typical California question, “Is Bernie Sanders Vegan?”

Check out the map below.

20160531 Google Search Map

When it comes to Utah, the top question Googled was “What is quinoa?” But some of the others are kinda sad, including “How to kiss?” and “When is National Pancake Day?”

Here are the others:

  • How many ounces in a pound?
  • Who moved my cheese?
  • What should I make for dinner?
  • What is my IP?
  • What is Pinterest?
  • How much wood would a woodchuck chuck?
  • What about Bob?
  • When is National Pancake Day?
  • How to kiss?
  • How to network?
  • How to pick a lock?
  • How to register to vote?
  • What is quinoa?
  • Which states are winner take all?

You can check out the full list here.