The program analyzes words or phrases as a percentage of all searches at any given period of time, so these results show searches relative to all search activity, not just the absolute number of searches. This is far more useful than if the program returned absolute numbers of searches, since most things would increase over time simply as a consequence of ever greater internet penetration.
The peak up to this point came during the women's marches in January that followed Trump's inauguration.
Vermont tops the list of states in search volume interest. Here are the top ten:
That's fitting, since intersectionality is largely an effort by privileged goodwhites to artificially glom themselves onto the inherent virtue enjoyed by members of established Victims, most notably blacks. Your chains and my experimental lesbianism against The Man!
Speaking of blacks, they're not interested. Some affirmative action transgendered mulatto leading an ivy league community organizing group on campus, maybe, but xe's the exception.
That exception, and all the Victim group trough-feeding--my cousin works for Claire McCaskill's office in the Imperial Capital and his wife for an LGBTTXHFPLOLZ 'advocacy' organization there)--explains DC's spot near the top, but the black South fills out the bottom of the list, with Mississippi ranked dead last:
Schadenfreude is on the horizon as we watch the Coalition of the Fringes come apart. The 2020 presidential election is full of potential. There aren't any viable white candidates on the Democrat side.
Bernie Sanders and creepy Joe Biden will be in nursing homes. Fauxcahontas, whose national appeal is reminiscent of Michael Dukakis', is the youngest known quantity of any significance and she'll be older than Trump was when he was elected the oldest president in US' history.
As 2016 illustrated, with Lincoln Chafee and Martin O'Malley polling at 1%, this geriatric generation of white Democrats is the last of a dying breed when it comes to top leadership roles.