What is Colorado Searching for on the Internet?

Fact Checked by Michael Peters

The dawn of the technological age has presented Americans with the opportunity to search the web for whatever niche subjects suit their fancy.

In Colorado, the range of topics residents are searching for changes by the hour, though themes emerge when you spend enough time reading the trends. Ahead of Sunday’s Internet Day, BetColorado.com took a break from covering Colorado sportsbooks and used Google Trends to find the search queries with the biggest increase in frequency over the past six months (April 24 through Oct. 24) in Colorado.

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Most Popular Search Queries in Colorado

RankQueryVolume Percent Increase
1“sound of freedom”2000%
2“severe thunderstorm warning”2000%
3“connections nyt”1550%
4“submarine missing”950%
5“Juneteenth”750%
6“iphone 15”600%
7“barbie”400%
8“rockies game”350%
9“mlb standings”350%
10“tina turner”350%

Movies, Weather Top Colorado List

In Colorado, the biggest increases in search query traffic between April and October were Alejandro Gomez Monteverde’s blockbuster film “Sound Of Freedom” and “severe thunderstorm warning,” which isn’t much of a surprise given the stormy weather prevalent across the Rocky Mountain region.

The third biggest mover search traffic wise was “Connections NYT,” which stems from The New York Times’ word association game that became a pop culture hit over the summer.

Other topics that surged in search traffic popularity over the summer months included the OceanGate Expeditions craft that was located in the North Atlantic, which saw a 950% increase in Google search traffic, followed by searches for “Juneteenth” (750% increase), “iPhone 15” (600% increase) and “Barbie” (400%).

Rounding out the list in the Centennial State between April and October were searches for Colorado Rockies games — which are available for wagering on Colorado sports betting apps — MLB standings updates and “Tina Turner” (350% increase apiece).

Author

Christopher Boan has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, including stops at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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