What do Jews Google on Christmas?

I don’t know. But I do know what Google searches are geographically correlated with searches for “Hanukkah,” and it includes “Chinese food.”

Here are the maps:


The map looks close to the Jewish population map from the 2010 U.S. Religion Census (a private outfit).


Here are the top-100 most Hanukkah-like searches, in the obvious categories: Religious/cultural, Howard Stern, Food, Travel and People.


Merry Christmas.



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2 responses to “What do Jews Google on Christmas?

  1. Season’s Greetings from the red zone, where the chow fun last night was absolutely first rate (though the chicken with broccoli was not).


  2. Pingback: What do doctors, lawyers, police, and librarians Google? | Family Inequality

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