How Many McDonald’s Restaurants Are in Your State?

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Montana
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 48 — 8th fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 4.5 — 25th most
> Total population: 1,068,778 — 8th smallest

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Nebraska
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 77 — 13th fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 4.0 — 19th fewest
> Total population: 1,934,408 — 14th smallest

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Nevada
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 142 — 18th fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 4.6 — 21st most
> Total population: 3,080,156 — 19th smallest

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New Hampshire
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 54 — 9th fewest
> Outlets per 100K: 4.0 — 19th fewest
> Total population: 1,359,711 — 10th smallest

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New Jersey
> Estimated no. of McDonald’s outlets: 258 — 19th most
> Outlets per 100K: 2.9 — 2nd fewest
> Total population: 8,882,190 — 11th largest

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