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How To Develop Weed – Google Tendencies Evaluation

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Which US states google how to grow weed the most? We’ve analyzed Google Trends to see which states are searching for how to grow weed the most per capita. Is the list what you thought it would be?

What The Values Mean

All data was taken from Google Trends for the last 12 months and for the United States only. These rankings are relative to the total number of Google searches done per state, so all states have an even playing field.

The most popular US state has a value of 100, and all other states are compared to that. A value of 50 means a state does half as many searches as the top-scoring state, when scaled against the total number of searches.

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Full List

Oklahoma = 100Michigan = 68Delaware = 4948 (tied)MaineWest VirginiaVermont = 4543 (tied)Rhode IslandMissouriNew Hampshire = 38Kentucky = 36Arkansas = 3534 (tied)CaliforniaNew MexicoIllinoisOregon33 (tied)MassachusettsLouisianaAlabama = 3231 (tied)ColoradoNevada28 (tied)PennsylvaniaIndiana27 (tied)TexasOhio26 (tied)FloridaMississippiKansasHawaii = 2524 (tied)North CarolinaVirginia23 (tied)GeorgiaMarylandWashington22 (tied)South CarolinaTennesseeNebraska = 2120 (tied)WisconsinNew York19 (tied)ConnecticutMinnesotaNew Jersey = 18Utah = 17Arizona = 1614 (tied)IowaIdahoNot enough dataAlaskaMontanaWyomingNorth DakotaSouth Dakota

Special Mentions

The first special mention goes to Oklahoma. The name Smoklahoma really fits the state well. They always seem to take out either the first position on these lists, or sit somewhere towards the top. And then there’s the five states who never seem to have enough data to make the list. Obviously their relatively small populations don’t help with this, but other states like Delaware, Vermont, and Montana still get enough data.

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The last mention goes to Connecticut. All other New England states are searching for how to grow weed at a far more frequent rate.

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Beth Edmonds