Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has created quite a pile of sh*t this election season – or, as he calls it, “campaigning.” Naturally, many people are curious about the man and they’re googling for more info about him. What’s interesting, however, is that interest in The Donald varies widely by state.
Here’s the visual. Montana — ouch (sociopath).
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Californians are, naturally, looking for a new place to live.
Nevada wants to know if he can win.
3. Washington State
Yes, the Trump Voodoo Doll is really a thing.
Iowans are wondering if Trump is deliberately trying to appeal to these racist jackasses that are supporting him.
— Jasper (@JSavoly) August 30, 2016
The answer is yes.
*Sigh* My state just thinks Melania is hot. (I’m not googling that shit.)
— #StopTrumpNow (@horvagai) August 29, 2016
6. New York
In his home state, they are trying to find ways to get him to quit.
People in Maine want to know about Trump steaks and if they are actually good.
Crooked Omaha Steaks can't sate your hunger for delicious meets. Trump Steaks: what do you have to lose? pic.twitter.com/BRB8IhR9Gu
— Liam Donovan (@LPDonovan) August 26, 2016
Tennessee wants to know if Trump is a Democrat. Obviously, he’s not, though David French may beg to differ.
— David French (@DavidAFrench) May 11, 2016
9. Louisiana and Mississippi
Both of these states are looking for President Obama’s birth certificate. The year 2008 called, they want their Google searches back.
An 'extremely credible source' has called my office and told me that @BarackObama's birth certificate is a fraud.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2012
10. North Carolina
North Carolina is just really concerned as to why Trump is orange.
11. South Carolina
South Carolina is looking for Trump endorsements. Dear South Carolina: they’re all nutjobs.
Texans want to know what will happen if Trump wins.
— Kevin Israel (@kevinisrael_nj) August 14, 2016
Hawaii is concerned about his ownership of the Miss Teen USA pageant.
Ohio wants to see Donald Trump movies. I guess they really like the horror genre.
Michigan just really wants to know if The Donald is racist. The answer is: yes.
BREAKING! Trump Is Not A Racist! pic.twitter.com/CCoJyxwK9O
— Pat Bagley (@Patbagley) August 29, 2016
Daily Dot says:
“Oklahomans are still concerned about the ‘taco bowl’ he was eating on Cinco de Mayo.”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016
Pennsylvania really wants to know how to build walls.
TRUMP: HEY! WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON HERE? YOU WORKERS ARE SUPPOSED TO BUILD THE WALLS AROUND THE MEXICAN BORDER! pic.twitter.com/JD0gI2d0IC
— Zach Beasley (@PeoplesVuePoint) August 28, 2016
Idaho really finds it funny that his ancestral name is “Drumpf.”
Nebraska thinks the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was murdered.
— James Corbett (@corbettreport) February 17, 2016
21. And Montana?
Here’s your answer.
Donald Trump’s top advisor quits campaign: ‘He’s losing his grip on reality’ – (S) Trump claimed this… http://t.co/yOOzA0Zjhi
— Being Liberal (@BeingLiberal) August 9, 2015
Here is a video of someone trying many possible searches which shows what other people are searching about the candidate: