According to this map, Florida is flooded with cargo shorts

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Florida is hot, and because of this we prefer to wear shorts, specifically cargo shorts, and not jean shorts. 

Recently the Washington Post, who was desperate to write about anything other than this year's election, decided to breakdown the country by the two least desirable types of shorts: cargo and jort. 



To do this, they examined Google searches for "jean shorts" and "cargo shorts" for each state going back to 2004.

As you can see in the map above, clearly the heartland of America is John Cena country, while here in the Sunshine state, we have cargo needs. Serious cargo needs. 





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