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Which states watch the most GIFs? What kinds do they watch?

Everyone loves GIFs— but who loves them the most? We’ve analyzed the Gfycat user base to determine which American states consume the most GIFs per capita, along with which types of GIF are in highest demand.

 

MOST GIF LOVING STATES

[State residents’ viewing habits over a 3 month span]

 

#1: Washington — 50 GIFs watched per person (4% of national total)

 

#2: Virginia — 42 GIFs watched per person (3% of total)

 

#3: California: — 39 GIFs watched per person (15% of total)

 

#4: Illinois — 38 GIFs watched per person (5% of national total)

 

#5: New York — 37 GIFs watched per person (7% of national total)

 

#6: New Jersey — 33 GIFs watched per person (3% of national total)

 

#7: Texas — 31 GIFs watched per person (9% of national total)

 

#8: Michigan — 31 GIFs watched per person (3% of national total)

 

#9: Pennsylvania — 30 GIFs watched per person (4% of national total)

 

#10: Florida — 24 GIFs watched per person (5% of national total)

 

AMERICA’S FAVORITE TYPES OF GIFS

[Taken from the top 100 most popular GIFs, categorized by subject]

 

Apparently Americans love sports, animals, celebs—and extreme fails.

 

Here are America’s favorite top 10 favorite GIF themes:

 

  1. Sports GIFs: 30%

 

  1. Celebrity GIFs: 15%

 

  1. Animal GIFs: 13%

 

  1. Fail GIFs: 9%

 

  1. Cartoon GIFs: 8%

 

  1. Model GIFs: 7%

 

  1. Security Footage GIFs: 5%

 

  1. Stunt GIFs: 3%

 

  1. Food GIFs: 3%

 

  1. Cute Kid GIFs: 2%

 

Everything else: 5%

Map of states


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