This Is The State With The Most Fast Food Restaurants In America

Looking for a quick bite? Heading to this southern state will give you the most opportunities to indulge in fast food.

According to a recent report by web data company Datafiniti, Alabama has the most fast food restaurants per capita in the country. That means that the Yellowhammer State has 6.3 restaurants per 10,000 residents.

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In second place came Nebraska with 5.4 restaurants per 10,000 locals. West Virginia and Oklahoma tied at 5.3 restaurants per 10,000 people. The southern and central states have the highest concentration of fast food restaurants in the country.

So where will you have the hardest time getting your burger and fries to go? Vermont came in last in the survey with just 1.9 fast food restaurants per 10,000.

One last surprise: McDonald’s wasn’t ranked as the most common fast food venue. That title actually went to Subway.