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Hot Dog and Hamburger Consumption by State

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40. Florida
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $247
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 192 (11th lowest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 212 (23rd lowest)
> Population, 2017: 20,984,400

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39. Iowa
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $248
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 229 (15th highest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 207 (21st lowest)
> Population, 2017: 3,145,711

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38. Delaware
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $251
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 176 (4th lowest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 250 (12th highest)
> Population, 2017: 961,939

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37. Idaho
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $257
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 219 (24th highest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 192 (12th lowest)
> Population, 2017: 1,716,943

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36. North Dakota
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $261
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 213 (22nd lowest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 183 (5th lowest)
> Population, 2017: 755,393

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