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Quiz: The United States of fast food

Sarah Conlisk - Sep 7, 2023
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America is famous for fast food. From tacos to burgers to wings — there’s a chain for every craving. But desires vary — it turns out quite a lot — by geography. 

Below we present ten different maps of the U.S., which depict the percentage of Lyft rides that go to a given fast food chain in each state. Can you guess which map corresponds to which eatery? Think fast (food)!

Question 01

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Curious about In-N-Out’s absence on the East Coast? It’s because the West Coast–based company refuses to sell frozen patties!

Question 02

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While Five Guys was founded in Virginia, it’s actually most popular with Lyft riders just over the Blue Ridge Mountains, in West Virginia.

Question 03

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With a flavor graveyard and a factory tour available in the Waterbury, Vermont, location, other states didn’t stand a chance.

Question 04

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Despite being the second smallest state, Delaware boasts 15 Chick-fil-A locations.

Question 05

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Although it’s most popular with Lyft riders in its home state of North Carolina, Bojangles is rumored to be moving west.

Question 06

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Yup, a whopping 229 Chipotle locations exist in Ohio.

Question 07

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Sixteen percent of all Lyft rides to fast food locations in Vermont are to Subway.

Question 08

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A Cowboy favorite, three-fourths of Whataburgers (exactly 711) are in Texas.

Question 09

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Arkansas is living up to its nickname of “The Natural State.”

Question 10

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Nothing like a big slice under the big Montana sky.