Google Trends reveals most misspelled words in Canada

The data is based on words searched with “how to spell” after it

P-N-E-U-M-O-N-I-A.

According to searches on Google, that’s a challenging word for many British Columbians to spell.

Google Trends has released a map showing which words Canadians struggle with province by province.

Data was collected based on the most commonly searched words followed by “how to spell.”

Last week, a similar map was released for the U.S., where four states also struggled with the word.

But it’s Alberta that seems to struggle with the strangest spelling of the word coined by Disney Classic Mary Poppins: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

Albertans aren’t the only ones. Four states also needed a little help from Google.

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