In One America, Guns and Diet. In the Other, Cameras and “Zoolander.”

At The New York Times, David Leonhardt discusses the differences between the Google searches of rich and poor Americans. The hardest places to live in America—including large areas of Kentucky, Arkansas, Maine, New Mexico, and Oregon—correlate with Google searches on health problems, weight-loss diets, guns, video games, and the dark side of religion. “Antichrist” has the second-highest correlation with the hardest places, with searches containing “hell” and “rapture” also making the top 10.

Read at The New York Times

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