The US Cities that Spend the Highest and Lowest Amounts on Fast Food

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Who reigns supreme when it comes to cash cash money spent on whoppers and fries? Plano, Texas and Madison, Wisconsin, apparently. The infographic above breaks down America’s love affair with fast food and offers a peek at how US cities rank when it comes to the national average on spending habits at chains like McDonald’s, Taco Bell and KFC.

While Plano and Madison drop 2.3 and 1.94 times more than the average, respectively, Boston and Philly keep it at 92 and 63 percent less than the average. The trend seems to be that cities in the South and Midwest are more likely to swing by the drive-thru, while cities in the West and Northeast prefer alternative eateries. Click on the infographic above for a closer look.

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Charisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada and is a die-hard Maple Leafs fan, sigh.



  • Tyler Feldmann

    The ‘Calorie Counts’ part is wrong, all 8 of them should be Carl’s Jr six dollar burgers easily. Then again I guess ‘visual.ly’ is to blame for that error :V