# Hadamard on first qubit for two qubit state doesn't output what it should on Qiskit

I'm using python qiskit==0.36.2.
The following code:

sv = Statevector.from_label('00')
mycircuit = QuantumCircuit(2)
mycircuit.h(0)
sv = sv.evolve(Operator(mycircuit))
print(sv.data)

Yeilds: [0.70710678+0.j 0.70710678+0.j 0. +0.j 0. +0.j]
Which doesn't make sense, because Hadamard on the first qubit (qubit 0) should be equal to $$1/\sqrt(2)(|00\rangle+|10\rangle)$$ yet the output I get corresponds to $$1/\sqrt(2)(|00\rangle+|01\rangle)$$.

I'm confused as to why this happens.
Thank you.

This is because Qiskit uses little-endian[1] for bit ordering. So, $$|01\rangle$$ means that first qubit in the state $$|1\rangle$$ and second qubit in the state $$|0\rangle$$.