The Stereotype Map Of Every U.S. State — According To British People

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Liberal Americans love the Brits. We think they’re hella cool, especially their sense of humor. BuzzFeed U.K. asked its staff to share the stereotypes that they have of every state in the U.S. Sadly, I think we totally deserve this. They may know us better than we know ourselves. Y’all enjoy.

 

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Tom Phillips/BuzzFeed | ekler/Shutterstock

The North East. Stephen King made the list. Nice! I love the descriptions of Rhode Island. Also nice: “Wait is all this New York, too?”.

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Tom Phillips/BuzzFeed | ekler/Shutterstock

The South East. Dang, they think our Deep South is racist. Awwww, I wonder why. Remember, British folk, there are a lot of nice liberals hiding in the South. Poor North Carolina — “the better Carolina” — got lumped in as a racist state just by its proximity to the rest of the South.

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Tom Phillips/BuzzFeed | ekler/Shutterstock

The mid-section of the U.S. New Mexico has a reputation for meth. Wow. Who knew?

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Tom Phillips/BuzzFeed | ekler/Shutterstock

And, the West. My fave: “No, wait. Wrong Washington.” And Ron Burgundy made the list. Sigh.

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Tom Phillips/BuzzFeed | ekler/Shutterstock

Alaska and Hawaii. Dear Alaska, I’m sorry that your former half term governor seems to now define “Alaska.” Unfair to a beautiful state and some beautiful people.

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Tom Phillips/BuzzFeed | ekler/Shutterstock

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