Gathering Google search data from each state once again, Estately has created a map illustrating the most frequently searched how-to questions in each state. A previous map of searches from Estately in May showed the most Googled questions in each state.   

Estately said it compiled the data by using Google Autocomplete to find the questions people most typed in the search bar. “We then ran those searches through Google Trends to determine which state queried each of these selected searches the most over the past 5 years,” Estately wrote in a post on its website.

A map of the United States almost five months after Estately’s previous findings show the country has moved on from topical questions like "Can Sen. Bernie Sanders win?" and "Is Sen. Ted Cruz the Zodiac killer?" to queries about Pokémon Go. But the election is still on New Jersey voters’ minds, with the most frequently searched how-to question in that state being: “How to stop Trump?” We’re sure failed presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a frequent Trump surrogate, wouldn’t be too happy to hear what his constituents are searching.  

Other standout state questions include Florida, which previously asked, “Why does everyone hate Florida?” (Maybe because it does things like this.) Floridians, seeming to have found the answer to their previous question, are now searching “How to get out of Florida?” instead. Good luck with that.  

You can see Estately’s full findings here.