Specifically, burgers won out over dogs in a whopping 41 states, with hot dogs coming out on top primarily in the Western part of the country (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada, Utah, and Alaska all love their 'dogs), as well as in Michigan and Washington, D.C. However, this tally could very well change in a year, considering the same research conducted last summer reveals 17 states flip-flopped on their favorites from just 12 months ago.
The sales data Walmart used to make the map also provided some other interesting intel. For instance, it suggests millennial shoppers are more into grilled chicken than other generations, and skip buying condiments like mayo, ketchup, or mustard. Meanwhile, nearly 10% of all millennials and boomers are into buying veggie dogs and burgers.