CAN’T MISS | What do Hoosiers search most on the internet?

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(May 22, 2014) – You can learn a lot from a Google search—and Hoosiers love Avon.

Estately—an online national real estate search site—ran search queries through Google Trends to find out which search terms stood out among U.S. states. One of the most searched terms unique to Indiana was “Avon.”

Other standout search phrases unique to the Hoosier State include:

  • Creationism
  • Communism
  • Diabetes
  • I have a rash
  • Jared Fogle (Subway spokesman)
  • Pacifism

Here’s a look at the unique search terms among neighboring states:


  • Burrito
  • Deep Dish Pizza
  • Dennis Rodman
  • Golf Injury
  • Oasis (band)
  • Pizza
  • Racist Jokes
  • Thin Crust Pizza
  • “Workaholics” (TV show)


  • Black Friday
  • Bowling
  • Creed (band)
  • Demonic Possession
  • Lyrics to Happy Birthday
  • New Year’s Resolution
  • Obama Is the Antichrist (tied with Alabama)


  • Knock-Knock Jokes
  • Little Caesars
  • Omelette
  • Taco Bell
  • Topless Bar
  • Where do babies come from?


  • Lebron James
  • Libertarian
  • P90X
  • Raccoon Hunting
  • Weight Watchers

You can find the rest of the states on the Estately blog.

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