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Hot Dog and Hamburger Consumption by State

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35. South Dakota
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $261
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 248 (9th highest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 197 (16th lowest)
> Population, 2017: 869,666

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34. Arizona
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $263
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 229 (15th highest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 279 (4th highest)
> Population, 2017: 7,016,270

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33. Georgia
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $268
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 221 (22nd highest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 226 (20th highest)
> Population, 2017: 10,429,379

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32. Utah
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $269
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 229 (15th highest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 188 (8th lowest)
> Population, 2017: 3,101,833

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31. California
> Total sales per state resident at burger & hotdog restaurants: $272
> Estimated hamburgers eaten per capita annually: 264 (3rd highest)
> Estimated hot dogs eaten per capita annually: 207 (21st lowest)
> Population, 2017: 39,536,653

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