- Chick-Fil-A is the clear cut winner across the country
- McDonald's is no longer America's favorite fast food destination
Everyone has their favorite fast food place. We’re all adult enough and fat enough to admit that specific foods are near and dear to our cholesterol-clogged hearts.
For example, I’d stab a kitten for a Quarter Pounder with Cheese. Add french fries and I’ll murder its entire family without blinking.
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But how does your choice rank against the people in your hood? How about in your state? Do you all eat alike or are you in the minority when it comes to fast food favorites?
Foursquare and Business Insider crunched some numbers and put together a map of the most popular fast food destinations in each state. For the study, the duo analyzed which chain restaurants received “the most visits on average per location” in every state “based on the total number of visits to each chain divided by the number of locations in that state.”
The results are shocking, especially if you’ve ever eaten a Chick-Fil-A but GOOD LORD the domination.
Now, I’m not sure how close the numbers are in each state but this proves the country is no longer enamored with the Golden Arches. Alaska loves McDonald’s. Nevada repping White Castle. Wendy’s is only big in Vermont. I don’t know what the hell a Culver’s is so I can’t comment either way on the state of Kansas’s food choices.
Did your state get it right? Did they get it wrong? Tell us in the comments. And check out all the other odd news you probably missed.