Special Report

States With the Most McDonald’s

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35. New Hampshire
> No. of McDonald’s: 4.0 per 100,000
> Adult obesity rate: 27.9% (19th lowest)
> Pct. consuming vegetables less than daily: 17.3% (3rd lowest)
> Median household income: $70,936 (7th highest)

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34. Minnesota
> No. of McDonald’s: 4.1 per 100,000
> Adult obesity rate: 27.3% (18th lowest)
> Pct. consuming vegetables less than daily: 22.4% (23rd highest)
> Median household income: $65,599 (13th highest)

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33. Nebraska
> No. of McDonald’s: 4.1 per 100,000
> Adult obesity rate: 30.7% (17th highest)
> Pct. consuming vegetables less than daily: 24.7% (11th highest)
> Median household income: $56,927 (22nd highest)

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32. Arizona
> No. of McDonald’s: 4.1 per 100,000
> Adult obesity rate: 26.7% (13th lowest)
> Pct. consuming vegetables less than daily: 20.5% (16th lowest)
> Median household income: $53,558 (20th lowest)

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31. Vermont
> No. of McDonald’s: 4.2 per 100,000
> Adult obesity rate: 24.7% (6th lowest)
> Pct. consuming vegetables less than daily: 17.6% (4th lowest)
> Median household income: $57,677 (20th highest)

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