With Google engineering offices in both Pittsburgh, Pa. and Madison, Wis., Googlers in both areas will be glued to TVs on Sunday along with the rest of the country for the super bowl event. Take a look at Google's Packers vs. Steelers search analysis.
Here's some highlights:
- Surprisingly, two states that don't have NFL teams search for [nfl] the most--Delaware and South Dakota.
- Aaron Rodgers is currently 5 times more popular than Lady Gaga -- in Wisconsin, anyway
- Meanwhile, in Pittsburgh, they're searching for the Steelers a lot more than President Obama
- While interest in Cheeseheads seems to have peaked, Terrible Towels continue to soar
- Packers quarterback has maintained an edge in query volume over Steeler quarterback Ben Roethlisberger
- Black Eyed Peas, can expect a surge of search queries the day of the game. Past performers [the who], [tom petty], [bruce springsteen] and the [rolling stones] have all had peak interest level during the year they performed at halftime.
- searches for [guacamole] are on average 12% more popular in Wisconsin than in Pennsylvania, while searches for [baba ganoush] are 5% more popular in Pennsylvania than in Wisconsin
- searches for [chicken wings] hit their peak the week of the game
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