How Many McDonald’s Restaurants Are in Your State?

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Colorado
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 207 — 25th fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 3.6 — 11th fewest
> Total population: 5,758,736 — 21st largest

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Connecticut
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 143 — 19th fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 4.0 — 19th fewest
> Total population: 3,565,287 — 22nd smallest

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Delaware
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 36 — 7th fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 3.7 — 12th fewest
> Total population: 973,764 — 6th smallest

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Florida
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 902 — 3rd most
> Outlets per 100K: 4.2 — 24th fewest
> Total population: 21,477,737 — 3rd largest

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Georgia
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 446 — 10th most
> Outlets per 100K: 4.2 — 24th fewest
> Total population: 10,617,423 — 8th largest

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