How To Roll A Joint – Google Trends Analysis

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Which US states google how to roll a joint the most? We’ve analyzed Google Trends to see which states need help with rolling joints the most. Is the list what you thought it would be?

What The Values Mean

All data was taken from Google Trends for the last 12 months and for the United States only. These rankings are relative to the total number of Google searches done per state, so all states have an even playing field.

The most popular US state has a value of 100, and all other states are compared to that. A value of 50 means a state does half as many searches as the top scoring state, when scaled against total number of searches.

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Full List

  1. Maine = 100
  2. Oklahoma = 63
  3. Michigan = 53
  4. 49 (tied)
    1. New Hampshire
    2. West Virginia
  5. 46 (tied)
    1. Rhode Island
    2. Kentucky
  6. Alabama = 45
  7. Nevada = 44
  8. 41 (tied)
    1. Hawaii
    2. Massachusetts
  9. Colorado = 40
  10. 39 (tied)
    1. Arkansas
    2. Ohio
  11. Indiana = 38
  12. Oregon = 37
  13. 36 (tied)
    1. Utah
    2. Illinois
    3. Arizona
    4. New Mexico
  14. 35 (tied)
    1. New York
    2. Connecticut
    3. California
    4. Pennsylvania
  15. Washington = 33
  16. 32 (tied)
    1. Missouri
    2. Louisiana
  17. 31 (tied)
    1. North Carolina
    2. New Jersey
    3. Maryland
  18. 29 (tied)
    1. Nebraska
    2. Minnesota
  19. 28 (tied)
    1. Idaho
    2. Tennessee
  20. Florida = 27
  21. 26 (tied)
    1. Virginia
    2. Kansas
    3. Texas
  22. Wisconsin = 24
  23. South Carolina = 22
  24. Mississippi = 21
  25. Iowa = 20
  26. Georgia = 19

Special Mentions

The first special mention has got to go to the winner, Maine. Not only did they win, they won by a huge margin. They searched for “how to roll a joint” more than double all other states per capita, excluding Oklahoma and Michigan. They really either love their joints up there, suck at rolling, or a bit of both. As well as loving joints, they also seem to love bongs, as they search for that the second most out of all states.

The next special mention goes to Georgia. Coming in at last place (for those states with enough data), the state really doesn’t seem to want to learn how to roll joint. Or maybe they’re already the pros? They also came in second last when looking at the number of google searches for bongs.

The last special mention goes to Oklahoma. They are the only state without legal recreational weed to score above 50, scoring 63.

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