PHOENIX - As the country settles into the 2012 election year, one blog making the rounds is pointing out the differences in stereotypes across the states.
The Google-generated answers may or may not surprise you.
Arizona is reportedly seen as hot, racist, conservative and crazy, while New York is seen as great, populated, expensive and big.
Texas is looked on as awesome, cheap, hot and conservative. California comes up liberal, broke, anti-gun and expensive.
It doesn't seem that on the whole we think very nice things about each other.
Click here to see the map and what others think about your home state.
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