A MAP created by Google shows the words each US state Googles the most for their spelling.

Some of the results are incredibly surprising; Wisconsin’s top-searched is “Wisconsin”, Idaho’s is “Sense”, and “Beautiful” seems to be a recurrent spelling problem in California, Minnesota, and New York.

Other results are more understandable; “Pneumonia”, “Hallelujah”, and “Sauerkraut” present obvious difficulties.

Map: Google

We may be tempted to shake our heads at these results, but let’s remember that those who Googled these words were actively trying to not make a mistake. As Roman philosopher and tragedian Seneca said: “If you don’t know, ask. You will be a fool for the moment, but a wise man for the rest of your life.”

Note: The word “Misspelled” was Googled for the writing of this article.