Google Search For ‘How To Move To Canada’ Spikes During Super Tuesday

Many Americans started devising a plan to make a run for the Canadian border as the election results from Super Tuesday were announced yesterday

Google reported the search term “How to move to Canada” spiked over 350% during the election and into late last night. Massachusetts residents searched the phrase the most followed by Washington, New York and Texas.

While there is no data showing the political views of the people who searched that term, one has to wonder what will happen when those people find out what poutine is and how often people in Canada eat it.


Nathan Davidson

A master of the internet farts and sciences. Often accused of being into movies, television, sports, gaming and long walks to the kitchen. Spent the last decade writing about the absurdity that is the internet with a primary focus on comedy, sports, entertainment and exposing cats for being evil monsters. Somehow achieved a BA in Advertising from the Michigan State University and MA in Copywriting from The Portfolio Center. Hobbies include keeping "that's what she said" jokes fashionable, imitating noises like a parakeet and preventing political arguments. List writer for Ranker and former Editor-in-Chief of World Wide Interweb.