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What each state googled the most in 2015

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What does “bae” mean? Yes, that’s what the majority of residents googled "before anything else" in one U.S. state. 

Since the year is coming to a close, a website called Estately looked back on what people spent searching for on the World Wide Web—people, terms, cultural phenomena, TV shows, organizations, etc. 

Estately ran hundreds of search terms through Google trends to find out what people in each state looked for the most on the Internet. 

To view the full list and the runners-up for each state, click here.

MOBILE USERS: VIEW THE SLIDESHOW HERE.

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