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Ohioans love Lebron James, Californians are worried about earthquakes, and Hawaiians want to go to Disneyland, according to a recent analysis of the top trending searches in each US state by WordStream.

The report was based on Google Trends data for the United States from the last 12 months (February 2014 to February 2015). The researchers identified the top trending searches unique to each state (i.e., rising queries that were not part of nationwide trends). Several locations did not have unique trends with enough search volume, so national searches were chosen.

Some of the top trending searches over the past 12 months were related to major news events, such as queries for "Ferguson" in Missouri, whereas others were more local, such as the popularity of "Market Basket" supermarket searches in New Hampshire.

Below, the top trending search in each state (plus Washington D.C.); check out the full report for additional details:

Alabama: Isis; Credit Karma

Alaska: Alaska earthquake; Cabela’s

Arizona: Jennifer Lawrence

Arkansas: Google Classroom; UArk Mail; Quizlet

California: Earthquake; Giants

Colorado: Amazon Prime

Connecticut: Soundcloud; Powerschool

Delaware: Cabela's; UDSIS (University of Delaware student portal)

Florida: Soundcloud; Cool Math Games

Georgia: Credit Karma; Tiempo

Hawaii: Disneyland; Southwest

Idaho: Twitch (video platform and community for gamers); Khan Academy (nonprofit educational organization)

Illinois: Student Portal; Xfinity

Indiana: Zillow; Blackboard

Iowa: Isis; Snapchat

Kansas: Royals

Kentucky: Black Friday 2014; Clash of Clans

Louisiana: Credit Karma; Costco

Maine: Zillow; Snapchat; Megashare

Maryland: Cool Math Games; Reddit; Orioles

Massachusetts: Santander; 2014 Calendar

Michigan: Google Docs; Reddit; Kate Upton

Minnesota: Craigslist MPLS (Minneapolis); Minnesota Wild

Mississippi: Kevin Gates; Lil Boosie

Missouri: Ferguson

Montana: Charter (telecommunications); D2L (Desire 2 Learn, an e-learning company)

Nebraska: Ferguson; Marcus Theaters

Nevada: Galaxy S5

New Hampshire: Calendar 2014; Market Basket

New Jersey: Google Drive; Google Docs

New Mexico: Calendar 2014; TMobile

New York: Accuweather

North Carolina: Powerschool

North Dakota: BisManOnline; Twitch

Ohio: Lebron James

Oklahoma: Isis; Costco

Oregon: VK (social network with adult content)

Pennsylvania: Groupon

Rhode Island: Santander; Aspen

South Carolina: Credit Karma

South Dakota: My Sanford Chart (University of South Dakota medical portal)

Tennessee: Divergent (2014 film, based on a YA series)

Texas: Tiempo; Spurs

Utah: Zillow; Canvas (a learning management system)

Vermont: Buzzfeed; Putlocker (online movie platform)

Virginia: Tubidy (mobile video search engine); Waptrick (free music downloads); WhatsApp (mobile messaging)

Washington: Giants

West Virginia: EngradeWV (educational portal); Destiny (video game released in 2014)

Wisconsin: Brewers; Hobby Lobby

Wyoming: Charter; Katy Perry

Washington, D.C.: Patriots; Ferguson

About the research: The report was based on Google Trends data for the United States from the last 12 months (February 2014 to February 2015).

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Ayaz Nanji is a digital strategist and a co-founder of ICW Media, a marketing agency specializing in content and social media services for tech firms. He is also a research writer for MarketingProfs. He has worked for Google/YouTube, the Travel Channel, AOL, and the New York Times.

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