Special Report

The Taco Bell Capital of America

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15. Oregon
> All Taco Bell restaurants per 100K people: 2.7
> Total Taco Bell restaurants: 114 — 22nd highest
> Total population in 2019: 4,217,737 — 24th lowest

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14. New Mexico
> All Taco Bell restaurants per 100K people: 2.8
> Total Taco Bell restaurants: 59 — 16th lowest
> Total population in 2019: 2,096,829 — 15th lowest

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13. Mississippi
> All Taco Bell restaurants per 100K people: 2.8
> Total Taco Bell restaurants: 83 — 21st lowest
> Total population in 2019: 2,976,149 — 17th lowest

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12. Oklahoma
> All Taco Bell restaurants per 100K people: 2.8
> Total Taco Bell restaurants: 111 — 24th highest
> Total population in 2019: 3,956,971 — 23rd lowest

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11. Alabama
> All Taco Bell restaurants per 100K people: 2.8
> Total Taco Bell restaurants: 137 — 19th highest
> Total population in 2019: 4,903,185 — 24th highest

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