Of course, the data is a little skewed, since it's partially based on sales from a single source. But that doesn't stop this from being fun because you can now send your friend from Massachusetts a bunch of coconut-flavored jelly beans and tell them how everyone in the state loves coconut-flavored jelly beans.
That's one of three results that are unique to a single state. The others are Montana's love of cotton candy-flavored jelly beans and Illinois' love of chocolate-flavored jelly beans, a thing you may not be aware existed until now. (Maybe they're only sold in Illinois?)
Nationally, according to CandyStore.com, buttered popcorn is the most popular flavor, followed by black licorice, cinnamon, and watermelon. Maybe there's something about the data that surfaced divisive flavors, because who doesn't like a handful of tutti frutti?