Google Search Console See Location of Queries

I am in Google Search console looking at statistics for my property. I would like to see where the queries come from but I don't see how. Google does say "See how your search traffic changes over time, where it's coming from, and what search queries are most likely to show your site".  It is important to me to know where the searches are coming from. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
jdfreeman2000Asked:
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Lucas BishopConnect With a Mentor Click TrackerCommented:
search console queries
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jdfreeman2000Author Commented:
I have already gone to Search Analytics and selected Queries. I see information on Total clicks, a list of the search terms used with the number of clicks for each one. When I explore the data, I can't find how to see the location the query came from.
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Lucas BishopConnect With a Mentor Click TrackerCommented:
To see queries by geographic location, you'll need to add a country to the filter:
query by country
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jdfreeman2000Author Commented:
Ok, I did that. I set it  to Countries -> United States . I navigated around but still cannot see how to find specific locations that the queries came from
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Lucas BishopConnect With a Mentor Click TrackerCommented:
I set it  to Countries -> United States

but still cannot see how to find specific locations that the queries came from

By setting "countries" to "united states" -- the data in the table below shows you the query data for US based searchers. US is the location of the searcher when they typed the query.

What exactly are you wanting to see as far as 'location' goes?
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jdfreeman2000Author Commented:
I wanted to see the city/states where queries came from. But from what you are telling me, that is not possible. Thanks for your help
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jdfreeman2000Author Commented:
I wanted to find what city/state each google query came from, and I learned that is not possible
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Lucas BishopClick TrackerCommented:
You may be able to get to that data with some creative "segments" inside of Google analytics.
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