You'll never guess what Michigan googled more than any other state this year

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It's safe to say. 2016 has been a weird year.
This is 2016 in a nutshell.
  • This is 2016 in a nutshell.
Now, as a means to get a better peek into America's collective psyche, Estately has gathered data on each state's googling habits and created a smart little infographic.

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Before we get started on the results, it is important to note that they do not reflect what each state googled most, but rather what each state googled more than any other state.



For Michigan, that was Gordie Howe. The hockey legend died in June.

For California, that was "2016 worst year ever?" which is a legitimate inquiry given the state of things.



Alaska was more concerned about Pizzagate than the rest of us and Florida was, quite rightfully, had bigger concerns about Zika than any other state.

Frankly, we really like where Missouri's head's at. Despite the impending apocalypse, their little fingers were busy searching for information about McDonald's all day breakfast. Because if we're all going to die, we might as well have a McGriddle in our belly.

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