Sorry, New Yorkers, Barack Obama can’t run for president again.
The folks over at real estate site Estatelycrunched the numbers from Google Trends to find out what each state has been searching since Election Day — and the results are, well, pretty hilarious.
Some states are worried: Washingtonians are searching “West Coast secession”; New Hampshire is asking “How to stop Trump”; and Louisiana kept its searches succinct: “Trump anxiety.”
Other states were curious: South Carolinians wanted to know about “pussyhats,” Oklahoma wanted to know more about NATO and Connecticut asked what refugees are. In Minnesota, they’re asking what Hillary Clinton is up to.
There were also lots of questions about President Donald Trump and his advisers and appointees. From “gay dance party Mike Pence” to “Kellyanne Conway punch” to “Donald Trump pee-pee party,” it’s clear the Trump administration is creating plenty of its own viral news.
Check out the full list to see what your state is searching: