While most Canadians slept, Americans were frantically Googling "move to Canada" last night.\nGoogle Trends shows that searches for the term peaked at around 1 a.m. EST on Wednesday morning.*\nFive states kept themselves the busiest last night, searching for answers on how to move north. \nEditor's Choice: Miss Vickie's Chips Are Recalled In Some Parts Of Canada Because They Might Have Glass\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Google Trends\n \n \n \n\nAccording to Google, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Vermont, and Maine residents were searching it the most.\nThis comes despite the fact that, as of 8 a.m. EST this morning, the final results have not been announced.\nAmericans took to Twitter, where the search term also briefly trended, to ask for help in their future moves.\n"This President actually will have more votes than he had in 2016 and that shatters my heart into a million pieces. I’m ready to move to Canada," tweeted one user.\n"I’m anxious again after another restless night. I’m going to see what #Canada requires to be allowed to move there," wrote another.\nThe votes could take days or even longer to be fully counted.\n*Editor's note: This article has been updated.