Short King Spring: States That Love Them and Where to Find One for Yourself

Short King Spring celebrates men of modest height, and certain states are embracing this trend with open arms. From the bustling streets of New York to the sunny vibes of California, these regions are redefining attraction. Discover the hotspots where Short Kings reign supreme and learn how you can meet your match. Ready to explore the charm of a Short King?

It’s springtime and love is in the air—especially for the short kings. We’re all after a short king these days, but some have caught the short king craze more than others. So where are our short king lovers and where can we find our short kings?

States That Love Short Kings

We looked at search trends to find out who is out there looking for short kings online, and it turns out Maine has short king fever! They’ve been searching high and low, more than any other state, to find humble-heighted men.

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The top ten short king-loving states are:

  1. Maine
  2. Louisiana
  3. Mississippi
  4. Utah
  5. Oregon
  6. District of Columbia
  7. Kentucky
  8. Alabama (tie)
  9. Kansas (tie)
  10. Virginia (tie)

Where to Find Short Kings

If you’re on the hunt for a not-so-tall fellow, some states have more short kings than others. Here’s where you should be looking if you want to snatch a miniature man:

  • California
  • Hawaii
  • Nevada
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • Texas
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Methodology

We looked at trends in Google search results surrounding short kings, along with Average Height by State 2022 statistics, as reported by World Population Review, to find out which states love short kings the most and where most short kings live.

Legend

  • Average Male Height (ft/in)
  • Short King Lover Rank (1=Loves Short Kings Most)
  • Short King Searches (100=Most Searches, 0=Least Searches)
StateAverage Male Height Short King Lover Rank Short King Searches
Alabama5′10.75 or more867
Alaska5′10–5′10.75280
Arizona5′10–5′10.751459
Arkansas5′10–5′10.752149
CaliforniaUp to 5′101755
Colorado5′10–5′10.751063
Connecticut5′10–5′10.751952
Delaware5′10–5′10.75280
District of ColumbiaNo Data669
Florida5′10–5′10.751854
Georgia5′10–5′10.752149
HawaiiUp to 5′10280
Idaho5′10–5′10.75964
Illinois5′10–5′10.752051
Indiana5′10–5′10.751755
Iowa5′10.75 or more2639
Kansas5′10–5′10.75867
Kentucky5′10.75 or more768
Louisiana5′10–5′10.75280
Maine5′10–5′10.751100
Maryland5′10–5′10.752544
Massachusetts5′10–5′10.752346
Michigan5′10–5′10.751558
Minnesota5′10–5′10.752051
Mississippi5′10–5′10.75379
Missouri5′10–5′10.752737
Montana5′10.75 or more1063
Nebraska5′10.75 or more2445
NevadaUp to 5′102445
New Hampshire5′10–5′10.751558
New JerseyUp to 5′101261
New MexicoUp to 5′101459
New YorkUp to 5′102247
North Carolina5′10–5′10.751360
North Dakota5′10.75 or more280
Ohio5′10–5′10.751162
Oklahoma5′10–5′10.751162
Oregon5′10–5′10.75574
Pennsylvania5′10–5′10.751952
Rhode Island5′10–5′10.75280
South Carolina5′10–5′10.752544
South Dakota5′10.75 or more280
Tennessee5′10.75 or more1656
TexasUp to 5′102149
Utah5′10.75 or more476
Vermont5′10–5′10.75280
Virginia5′10–5′10.75867
Washington5′10–5′10.751162
West Virginia5′10.75 or more1558
Wisconsin5′10–5′10.752247
Wyoming5′10.75 or more280