You’ve probably driven through an area that’s so dense with fast food joints that there are multiple locations of the same place within a few miles.
A new study looked at the regions of the country that have the most fast food establishments per capita, and generally speaking, the South and Middle America have the most . . . while New England and the West have the least.
The state with the MOST is Alabama. They have 6.3 fast food places per 10,000 residents. Nebraska has the second-most . . . followed by West Virginia, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.
The state with the fewest is Vermont, with just 1.9 per 10,000 people. New Jersey has the second-fewest . . . followed by New York, Mississippi, and Connecticut.
Subway is the most common . . . followed by McDonald’s and then Burger King.
And according to Gallup, 80% of Americans eat fast food at least once a month.