What were the most googled topics in 2014?

What were the most googled topics in 2014?

A blog called Estately claims not only to have the answer but to have it broken out by state. From the blog:

Using Google Trends we entered search terms for the year’s biggest stories and controversies, people and companies who made news, popular TV shows and movies, and more. We learned Texas and Oklahoma spent 2014 fretting about Ebola, Californians and Nevadans were very curious Bitcoin, and Michigan and Utah will receive coal in their stockings for all those attempts to find leaked photos of naked celebrities.

The results are displayed in both a map and list. The former tells you at a glance that the good people of South Dakota googled “The Dr. Oz Show” more than any other state, while Missourians, unsurprisingly, googled “Ferguson.” Here’s the map in case you want to have at it:

map of googled terms

(h/t TheBlaze)

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