4th of July Emoji 2018

America — the land of the free, home of the brave — loves its emojis. Nearly 74% of Americans report using an emoji on independence day of USA.

4th of July Emoji 2018

Now we have the U.S. Emoji Report to break down exactly which emojis are the most popular in each state, according to a study by SwiftKey. The company dug into its data and analyzed more than a billion aggregate emojis to learn how people use them across the U.S.

It turns out that Californians are really into the taxi emoji, with sushi, ramen, and lemon following closely behind. Their east coast peers, meanwhile, are more into volcanoes (Maine), and the Statue of Liberty (New York). Hawaii is all about the little surfing man. Little surprise there. More interestingly, Hawaii is also the top user of the basketball emoji.

And so the emoji you use most frequently says a lot about who you are. Always sending the heart-eyes emoji? You’re probably a little obsessive and filled with love. Big fan of the poop?

You, uh, love poop. So when Twitter let us know that they’ve worked out the most used emoji around the world, we sat up straighter in our seats and got ready to listen. This is important. This is a matter of cultural identity.

4th of July Emoji 2018

4th of July Emoji 2018

 

4th of July Emoji 2018

4th of July Emoji 2018

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