The following statistics show off some impressive growth in the viewing habits of the country's largest states and most highly trafficked days.
According to the sites numerical data, it looks like the District of Columbia came in first for per capita viewing, clocking in almost double the amount of videos viewed per person throughout the year than the second place finisher, Hawaii. I suppose this shows just how politicians might be spending their off-time. Perhaps running an entire country does warrant some stress relief come day's end. Check out the rest of the numbers below:
US state viewing the most videos in 2012 (Per capita measurement: Videos watched per person throughout the year):
1. District of Columbia - 14.18
2. Hawaii - 7.57
3. Massachusetts - 7.52
4. New York - 7.50
5. Rhode Island - 7.28
6. New Jersey - 7.21
7. New Hampshire - 7.06
8. Connecticut - 7.03
9. Maryland - 6.67
Another interesting bit of information tells us that the highest trafficked day of 2012 happened to be December 27th - two days after Christmas, when visits amounted to approximately 12.82 million for the day, showing that it was a prime time for people who were more than eager to test out new gifts and tech.
On the opposite side of the coin, the site listed its least trafficked days as follows:
Lowest trafficked day of the year in the US (in descending order of traffic):
1. Christmas Day (Dec. 25, 2012)
2. Thanksgiving (Nov. 22, 2012
3. Easter Sunday (April 8, 2012
4. Christmas Eve (Dec. 24, 2012
5. Independence Day (July 4, 2012)
Finally, it turns out the most popular search terms breaking through the top 5 were "Teen," "Lesbian," "MILF," "Amateur," and "Ebony." Guess viewers truly are all about their love for variety.