With the Scripp's National Spelling Bee underway, Google looked at their trends to figure out the most misspelled word in every state and Mary Poppins would be disappointed with Michiganders.

Most of us were introduced to the word in the famous Mary Poppins scene after winning the horse race and the word she used to describe her excitement was Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Dictionary.com defines it as:

extraordinarily good; wonderful.

I don't know about you, but I have a hard time saying the word let alone spelling it. And let's be honest... how many people are ACTUALLY spelling it [without copying and pasting like I've been doing this whole time]?! Plus, it's 34 letters long... more than the actual alphabet... ain't nobody got time for that!

But hopefully, this means Michiganders have learned how to spell pneumonia and gray as they were the issue the past two years, respectively.

The results were found simply by looking up "how to spell" searches; and across the country, beautiful causes the most trouble for people, being the most misspelled in 11 states. Come on, guys!! B-E-A-UTIFUL! I thought we would've figured this one out by now.

However, the one I get a kick out of is Alabama having trouble with the word cousin. Hmm... that's surprising considering they can legally marry their first cousins LOL! Maybe the two go hand-in-hand.

Check out the full map below

Google Trends