We now know who Utahns searched for the most on Google throughout 2017.
Google recently released its “Year in Search 2017” report that outlined the most-searched and top trending searches from throughout the year. Phrases like “Hurricane Irma,” “Matt Lauer” and “Tom Petty” topped the list of most-searched items.
Using Google's 2017 data report, Dana Rebecca designs, which often designs infographics based on survey data and reports, put together a graphic that displayed each state's top Google search data, breaking the list down by celebrities, athletes and politicians, among many other factors.
Here's a look at how Utah's results compared nationally, according to the Google data shared by Dana Rebecca designs.
In Utah, Julianne Hough led the way as Utah's most Googled celebrity.
Kim Kardashian topped the entire nation’s most-searched celebrity, followed by Kylie Jenner, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Bella Thorne within the top five.
Utah’s most-searched athlete on Google was Deron Williams for 2017.
UFC fighter Conor McGregor topped the country’s entire list, followed by LeBron James, Tom Brady, Stephen Curry and Kyrie Irving.
David Archuleta corralled the most search results in Utah for 2017.
Ariana Grande topped the list, followed by Lady Gaga, Selena Gomez, Beyonce and Justin Bieber.
No surprise here. Mitt Romney was Utah’s most-searched politician. Romney led in two other states — Idaho and Massachusetts, where he served as governor.
Read more about the report at Dana Rebecca Designs.
A report from earlier this year found that Utah’s most Googled phrase in 2016 was “Gilmore Girls,” followed closely by other movie franchises, like “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” “Zoolander 2,” “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “Captain America: Civil War,” “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” “Finding Dory” and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”