Washington, D.C., is known for being a highly educated city, but even we D.C. residents can struggle with our spelling. Check out the word District residents misspell the most!Remember the days when you had to lug out the dictionary when you didn't know how to spell a word? Now the internet has made life so much easier. You can simply google how to spell a word you don't know -- and even better, Google autocorrect will help you out if you misspell the word. In honor of Spelling Bee Week, GoogleTrends went on a search for the most commonly misspelled words by state. They found their results by looking at the top search term after "how to spell" by state over the last year. The list is highly relatable with terms such as "sincerely," "decision," and "consequences" making the list. "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" even makes the list a few times. We can't blame people for Google-searching the spelling of that one.
As for Washington, D.C, apparently, we have the hardest time spelling "permanent." Last year, Washington, D.C., residents had the hardest time spelling "ninety." This year "beautiful" was the hardest word to spell in the country, with it ranking No. 1 for 11 states. See the full list for yourself: Alabama: Cousin Alaska: Veteran Arizona: Beautiful Arkansas: Beautiful California: Beautiful Colorado: Resume Connecticut: Sincerely Delaware: Decision Washington, D.C.: Permanent Florida: Hors d’oeuvres Georgia: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Hawaii: Grateful Idaho: Businesses Illinois: Beautiful Indiana: Beautiful Iowa: Vacuum Kansas: Consequences Kentucky: Definitely Louisiana: Favorite Maine: Connecticut Maryland: Canceled Massachusetts: Beautiful Michigan: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Minnesota: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Mississippi: Gray Missouri: Sincerely Montana: Tomorrow Nebraska: Nocturnal Nevada: Probably New Hampshire: Subtle New Jersey: Resume New Mexico: Permanently New York: Resume North Carolina: Beautiful North Dakota: Yacht Ohio: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Oklahoma: Canceled Oregon: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Pennsylvania: Schedule Rhode Island: Dying South Carolina: Beginning South Dakota: Chaos Tennessee: Schedule Texas: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Utah: Beautiful Vermont: Solution Virginia: Beautiful Washington: Beautiful West Virginia: Apparel Wisconsin: Beautiful Wyoming: Fiancé What do you think? Which word do you have a hard time spelling? Let us know in the comments below!