Top 2015 Google searches by state: Trump hair, bae, dad bod…

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What would you guess people in your state Googled more than any other state? Well the top searches of 2015 have been released, and some of the top searches are pretty entertaining.

“What does ‘bae’ mean?” was a popular search among people in Wisconsin.

In Indiana? Top searches included Jared Fogle and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Estately compiled the best search results by each state after running hundreds of search terms through Google Trends. In turn, they discover what people in each state searched for more compared to people in other states.

View the full list here.

Here’s a quick breakdown of some top searches that stuck out:

California: Donald Trump hair, Donald Trump racist

Georgia: whip dance, stanky leg dance

Hawaii: selfie stick

Iowa: Bachelorette, The Bachelor

Massachusetts: Dad bod

Michigan: What is transgender?

Mississippi: booty (yes, the butt)

Nevada: Floyd Mayweather, Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom, Wes Craven, Selena Gomez, Kylie Jenner, Amber Rose, Pitbull, The Weeknd and Britney Spears (Nevada loves their celebrities)

New Hampshire: deflategate

New Jersey: Hilary Clinton email

New York: islamophobia, hoverboard scooter

Ohio: marijuana legalization

Pennsylvania: Jon Snow dead

South Carolina: Nae nae dance

Texas: clock boy

Utah: man bun

Washington: Left Shark

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