We've Googled twice today already …

You've done it a lot this week already, maybe alone, curtains drawn, quietly and in the sanctity of your own room … Googled something.

Don't be ashamed, we all do it, at least once a day. It's completely natural. But what's everyone else searching for when they're doing it? HighSpeedInternet.com found out and THE RESULTS WILL ABSOLUTELY SHOCK YOU.

Sorry, too late in the story for clickbait?

According to the site, individual states were all over the place in what they searched for — although some similarities popped up in cultural phenoms of the year. The iPhone 7 was a big one (probably people wondering why the hell their phone always breaks when a new one comes out), and so was Netflix's original show Stranger Things.

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The HSI team found the results for its data by using Google Trends. They then "teased out the top searched keywords since January 1st, 2016, then cross-referenced to come up with various correlations." What the company's map shows is a clear desire of the American populace to just get the hell away from politics for a bit, except of course a handful of red states probably searching for fake news about Hillary Clinton

What's a world to do? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Per Google itself, it claims to work through trillions of search requests each year. It too dropped an end-of-the-year list, with its results leaning a little away from HSI's — as it uses a 'trending' dimension — described as something that holds "the highest spike in traffic over a sustained period of time in 2016 as compared to 2015."

Google’s Top 10 Trending List. 

1. Powerball
2. Prince
3. Hurricane Matthew
4. Pokémon Go
5. Slither.io
6. Olympics
7. David Bowie
8. Trump
9. Election
10. Hillary Clinton