Can you really draw concrete conclusions from this sort of data?
People search for things for all kinds of reasons, right?
But there was plenty more revelatory data in the book that we didn’t cover.
So I wanted to follow up with Stephens-Davidowitz to talk about some of the other provocative claims he is making.
This doesn’t necessarily tell us how many people are gay in these areas, but it’s a revealing data point.
I asked Stephens-Davidowitz to explain the data behind all of this. Last time we spoke, I asked you about the most surprising or shocking finding in your research.
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a new book that uses data on America’s Google habits as an insight into our national consciousness.
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