One of the best things to come with the emergence of smartphone technology is the ability to have a camera with you everywhere you go to capture all of life's great moments as they happen.

But there's also a huge downside to having easy access to a camera.


You see people snapping them everywhere they go, often with little or no regard for their surroundings.

So which states are the most obsessed with getting those selfies?, using data from the social listening tool Brandwatch, looked into the number of posts for each state in America with the word ‘selfie’ from the last 12 months.

The results should make every South Dakotan beam with pride.

With just 1,500 mentions, the Mount Rushmore State is the second least selfie-obsessed state, behind only North Dakota (1,067 mentions).


  1. North Dakota
  2. South Dakota
  3. Montana
  4. Delaware
  5. Maine
  6. New Hampshire
  7. West Virginia
  8. Rhode Island
  9. Idaho
  10. Vermont

Iowa also fared well, landing in the top half of the least obsessed states at 30th overall.

Minnesota meanwhile is in the top half of the most obsessed states, tied for 22nd (with Indiana).

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Florida takes the top spot as the most selfie-obsessed state with a whopping 123,000 mentions of the word 'selfie' online.


  1. Florida
  2. Texas
  3. California
  4. New York
  5. Illinois
  6. Georgia
  7. Ohio
  8. Pennsylvania
  9. Michigan
  10. Virginia

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