A real-estate website called Estately figured out the most Googled words for each state.
Apparently, the http://blog.estately.com/">No. 1 search term for Mississippi was Ashley Madison, the online secret smash site for married folks that got hacked this year. I won't link to it here because I don't believe in pouring salt on wounds.
Plus, let's be honest, you probably already have it (so does Santa).
Other top hits for the Magnolia State included "Straight Outta Compton," the 2015 biopic about a Starter apparel loving musical group from Los Angeles, presumably due to the enduring popularity of the Jheri curl in some parts of Mississippi.
Also, the U.S. Supreme Court was popular because that's where most of the laws our Republican legislators pass eventually end up.
B.B. King for obvs reason none of which have anything to do with restaurants on Farish Street.
FOX news Megyn Kelly was another hot topic here. So was booty.
Rounding out the list were Bobbi Kristina Brown (daughter of singer Whitney Houston, who passed away in 2015) and Common Core State Standards Initiative.
It's interesting to note that given the fact that 2015 was an election year, none of the top search terms had anything to do with our political races.
In other words, booty was more popular "Phil Bryant," "Tate Reeves" or "School funding."
Marinate on that.