From a burger perfect with fries and a drink, to a pizza loaded with all the best toppings, fast food is a choice for Americans because of its convenience—even if it’s not the healthiest option.
A recent study by CashNetUSA identified the top-rated fast food chains in each state.
For California, In-N-Out Burger landed on top.
Researchers determined the rankings by identifying fast food restaurants that served burgers, pizza, donuts, chicken or Mexican food in each state. They also analyzed the ratings they received on Google Maps, the site said.
The results were categorized by state and food.
Chick-fil-A was ranked as the best fast food restaurant in 34 US states. The study found that Californians consider Chick-fil-A to be the best place to get chicken.
The study also found that in California, Krispy Kreme is the most popular place for donuts, El Pollo Loco was ranked top for Mexican food and Marco’s Pizza was No. 1 for a slice of pizza.
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Papa John’s was the lowest-ranked fast-food chain in 16 states, but not California.
In the Golden State, Domino’s was the lowest-rated pizza chain and Burger King was the lowest-rated place to get hamburgers.
Despite their popularity, McDonald’s and Burger King tied for the lowest-rated fast food chains nationwide.
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