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GoogleTrends May 30
America's most misspelled words - it's week and we mapped top "how to spell" searches by state
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Laura Blackwell May 30
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I'm very curious about the misspelling of "gray" in Georgia. Is the UK "grey" spelling taking over there? Are there many men named Gary?
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Louie Vaccher May 30
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You gotta love the Cheeseheads.
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Elias Makos May 30
You have this for Canada?
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Ed. Stoltz’s Monster May 30
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"Wisconsin" being the most misspelled word in Wisconsin is perfect.
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davepaisley May 30
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Diorrh... diahrr... dioeri... never mind...
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Jenny Scherer May 30
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m miles goodrich May 30
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wow oregonians are dumb
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Bri May 30
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How does one misspell gray? Gray and grey are correct spellings of the word.
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Jon Danziger May 30
New Hampshire: still on point
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David Astle May 30
When spelling is telling
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#FlyTheW May 30
I think they were searching for Bob Gray, who ran for GA-6 in the special election
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Duncan MacCannell May 30
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Pneumonia x 5, Disease, Diarrhea, Patient... And supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Interesting: so many misspelled words are PH-related.
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Justin Galit May 30
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Wisconsin cant spell their own state? Lol
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Logan Drumhiller May 30
your new state can't spell itself.
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Noel Henry May 30
Historically speaking, GA has always held closer ties to Continental English than American English reflected in spelling and pronunciation.
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