Who Searches For What? New Canadian Study
The new study, published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior and produced by researchers from Canadian Universities, found that American states with more religious conservatives search more for sexual content on Google.
Researchers used Google Trends to analyze **** searches while linking state level information from Gallup polls asking about religious and political attitudes together with a variety of sex and ****-related search terms.
The following is an excerpt from the study’s Abstract:
(researchers) examined associations between state-level religiosity/conservatism and anonymized interest in searching for sexual content online using Google Trends (which calculates within-state search volumes for search terms). Across two separate years, and controlling for demographic variables, we observed moderate-to-large positive associations between: (1) greater proportions of state-level religiosity and general web searching for sexual content and (2) greater proportions of state-level conservatism and image-specific searching for sex.
... numbers released last spring by Pornhub, one of the world’s biggest **** sites, indicates that folks in the Bible Belt watch more gay pornography than anywhere else in the nation:
… the majority of states with a high percentage of gay viewers is in the South. According to the numbers, Mississippi, Louisiana and Georgia lead the South in gay **** consumption, and the state with the highest percentage of gay **** viewers in the nation is Mississippi at 5.6%.