Data from Whisper tells in which US states people like to go nude the most

Trulia, a website launched in 2005 for homebuyers and renters, partnered with the anonymous online sharing community Whisper to unveil the quirkiest things people do at home alone.

Among other things it could pinpoint in which states in the US that people liked the most to be naked at home.

 

"When you're home alone, perhaps your guilty pleasure is watching episodes of The Bachelorette while drinking a Bud Light Lime-A-Rita.

Maybe you talk out loud to your cat and pretend she's human.

Trulia, a website launched in 2005 for homebuyers and renters, partnered with the anonymous online sharing community Whisper to unveil the quirkiest things people do at home alone.

In New Jersey, people are apparently baring it all — at least the ones who use Whisper. Though Whisper says it gathers very little data that can be used to identify users, the company does store their IP addresses, numerical labels that identify a computer or smartphone to the Internet.

From there, Whisper data-crunchers were able to determine the top five states where users had a thing for being naked at home. Whisper, which launched in 2012, now has 10 million monthly active users and generates 10 billion monthly page views including 100,000 new posts every hour during peak times.

Louisiana was next in nekkedness, followed by Mississippi, South Carolina and Connecticut to round out the top five. But get this: New Jersey residents on Whisper are more than twice as likely to be naked at home than those in Louisiana.

Source: Data from Whisper pinpoints state that likes to go nude

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    Gregers Moller

    It bit more details would have been nice. How many people out of how many people are naked at home. It could indicate an average for other places in the world. Does Asia have an equivalent to Whisper?