Which US state views the most free porn?

Top 5 Most Popular Porn Categories of 2012:
Teen
Lesbian
MILF
Amateur
Ebony


Which US state viewed the most videos in 2012:
California
New York
Texas
Florida
Illinois


Which US state viewed the most videos in 2012 (Per capita measurement: Videos watched per person throughout the year)
District of Columbia — 14.18
Hawaii — 7.57
Massachusetts — 7.52
New York — 7.50
Rhode Island — 7.28
New Jersey — 7.21
New Hampshire — 7.06
Connecticut — 7.03
Maryland — 6.67


Highest trafficked day of the year for the US:
Dec. 27, 2012 — 12.82 Million Visitors

Lowest day of the year US (in descending order of traffic)
Christmas Day (Dec. 25, 2012)
Thanksgiving (Nov. 22, 2012)
Easter Sunday (April 8, 2012)
Christmas Eve (Dec. 24, 2012)
Independence Day (July 4, 2012)


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The Internet has provided an ideal forum for companies and researchers to study human desire in a way that is much more honest than the results of surveys or focus groups. The web allows statisticians to see what we are searching for, and presumably thinking about, when we think no one is watching. One of the many things the Internet has revealed about us, or at least men, is that we really, really like free porn. This may not be all that much of a surprise, but by analyzing the trends in what kind of erotica we are searching for by the millions, a much more graphic picture of human sexuality begins to emerge. Below is a short breakdown of some of the user-habits of the most popular, adult-tube site: pornhub.com.

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