I'm not saying Google Trends is wrong, but this just doesn't seem right...

Last year, the website Influentster found that Louisiana's favorite Easter candy based on searches was Reese's Pieces Peanut Butter Cups. That makes a little sense -- who doesn't love Reese's Peanut Butter Cups? Adding Reese's Pieces just makes 'em crunchier and more peanut buttery. But this year, website Seriously Smoked used Google Trends data to put together a map of each state's favorite Easter candy. Louisiana's favorite is --

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-- chocolate foil eggs?!

If you love those, more power to you. I just don't think these are more popular (anywhere) than Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs or even Peep's and Cadbury Creme Eggs! Those foil eggs are small and are sometimes hard to open (when the foil sticks to the chocolate!) and were usually the candy that was left over in the bottom of the fake grass in my kids' Easter baskets. I've also seen a bunch of these in the bags of leftover Easter candy people bring to work and put in our break room. Do you think these findings are accurate or is it a candy conspiracy of some kind?