Where's The Nearest McDonald's?


by Kaitlin Senk on Jun 7, 2013 | Views: 51 | Score: 0
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Mississippi0.52
Alabama0.58
Texas0.6
Arkansas0.67
Georgia0.72
New York0.89
Connecticut0.92
New Hampshire0.93
Maine1.07
Vermont1.18
Fast Food Restaurants Per 1,000 Residents
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Kaitlin Senk
Kaitlin Senk on Jun 7, 2013 5:35 PM said:

Per capita, North Eastern states have higher concentrations of fast food restaurants than their Southern counterparts. This is because they tend to target states with a median income of $60,000. Families within this income bracket are more likely to splurge on fast food than those with an income of $30,000.