Every region of America has a fast food chain most associated with it. On the West Coast, you have In-N-Out. In the Midwest, you have
Business Insider attempted (note, I said attempted) to determine every state's most popular fast food restaurant. To do so, they looked at the app FourSquare, which is similar to Yelp, and took the average of visits to each fast food chain and divided it by the number of locations that chain has in that state. If that sounds like a bizarre methodology to you, wait until you see the results:
What's Wrong with this Fast Food Restaurant Map?
Now usually with these maps, I go through and type out every state's most popular fast food chain. But considering that would require me to just type "Chik-Fil-A" about 40 times, I don't think that's worth it.
And then Kansas' favorite fast food restaurant is apparently Culver's. For those who don't know, Culver's is a burger chain that originates in Wisconsin. If you drive through Wisconsin, every highway exit will have a Culver's. But apparently Chik-Fil-A is more popular in the Cheese state, but Kansas can't get enough of it!
And people were flabbergasted that In-N-Out won in Texas. Whataburger is
The issue is that Business Insider divided visits by
So, yeah. Maybe let's just pretend this map doesn't exist.