Take the accuracy with a grain of salt, but each state in the U.S. of A. varies a bit as to which words are most commonly misspelled. Nina Golgowski:
“Beautiful” is the most commonly misspelled word across a number of states, frequently searched in California, Minnesota, Ohio and New York… Maine and Washington appeared to struggle with “pneumonia,” while Arkansas and South Carolina pondered over “Chihuahua,” Indiana and Delaware over “hallelujah,” and Connecticut and West Virginia over “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”
The last one I can understand. Twitter to the rescue:
More people need to start googling “definitely”, because I swear not a damn person on my timeline can get it right.
Apparently nobody googles how to spell “their” or “your”, which are misspelled WAY more often than any of these.