Texas leads U.S. in Google searches about herpes

May 22, 2014
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Texas leads U.S. in Google searches about herpes

HOUSTON (FOX 26) – Are dinosaurs real? Are zombies real? Does beer make you fat? Do I have herpes? Those are just some of the queries common among Texas residents based data from Google trends.

Estately, a national real estate search website, published a map with details about what people in each state search for online more than in any other state.

What other subject matter constitutes a typical Google search in Texas? How about the Bill of Rights, boogers, calf implants, chupacrabra, Curves International, government mind control, Justin Bieber, Krunk, meth recipes, porn, purple drank, rodeo, snake bites, and tacos.

Common questions in Google from Texas residents include the following: Can dogs talk? How to cook meth? How to sell your soul to the Devil?

Estately compiled the data from Google trends, which measures online searches for the past ten years, but also focused on differences in divisive topics like politics and religion, types of recreation, diet and health topics, famous people, television programs, dumb questions, and odd topics like thumb wresting and glam rock.

20140522-134936-49776322.jpg Read more about Google search history by state source

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