How Many McDonald’s Restaurants Are in Your State?

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Alabama
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 245 — 21st most
> Outlets per 100K: 5.0 — 15th most
> Total population: 4,903,185 — 24th largest

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Alaska
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 31 — 6th fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 4.2 — 24th fewest
> Total population: 731,545 — 3rd smallest

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Arizona
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 284 — 17th most
> Outlets per 100K: 3.9 — 15th fewest
> Total population: 7,278,717 — 14th largest

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Arkansas
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 172 — 23rd fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 5.7 — 2nd most
> Total population: 3,017,804 — 18th smallest

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California
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 1,264 — the most
> Outlets per 100K: 3.2 — 5th fewest
> Total population: 39,512,223 — the largest

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