Arizona shares a favorite fast food joint with many other states
Arizonans aren’t alone in loving one of the nation’s most successful chicken joints.
In a survey by Foursquare to determine the most popular fast food chain in every state, it became clear that Chick-fil-A stood out in Arizona, according to Business Insider.
Foursquare determined as much by average number of visits per restaurant location in each state.
All but 11 states across the country can say the same thing about Chick-fil-A. The Atlanta-based restaurant generates more revenue per restaurant compared to any other fast food chain, averaging $4.4 million in sales per restaurant in 2016, per QSR Magazine.
Only California (Raising Cane’s), Nevada (White Castle), Utah (In-N-Out), North Dakota (McDonald’s), South Dakota (Popeye’s), Kansas (Culver’s), Oklahoma (Taco Bueno), Texas (In-N-Out), Vermont (Wendy’s), Alaska (McDonald’s) and Hawaii (Popeye’s) do not call Chick-fil-A their most popular chain.
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