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.
For example, there are questions Alaskans ask more than “How to smoke salmon?”—but they ask that one a lot more often than the lower 49.
The few below jumped out at me, but the whole list is available here.
Georgia: "Why are my nipples so sore?"
South Dakota: “Why is my poop green?”
Michigan: “Is Mr. T dead?”
Kansas: “How to make meth?”
California: “Is Bernie Sanders vegan?”
Kentucky asks, “How to make a baby?”
Arkansas: "Who won the Civil War?"