Wise Voter set out to identify the favorite snack in each state and from that we learned, CT's sweet tooth is king.

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Wise Voter set a predetermined field of classic American snacks that included but were not limited to:

  • Fritos
  • Doritos
  • Cheetos
  • M&M's
  • Skittles

CT's favorite snack food from the list was M&M's according to the study. Our neighbors in New York and New Jersey felt the same way. As you can tell from the map below, it broke down into different snacking regions.

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The Nutmeg State's Top in order were:

1 - M&M's

2 - Doritos

3 - Tostitos

4 - Cheetos

5 - Kettle

This list stinks! If I'm backed into a corner that includes these snacking options, I might have to eat my own shoes. Look, Cheetos make me feel and look orange, Fritos are way too greasy and M&M's are not the truth.

Now, if you are here to tell me I can have Almond, Peanut or Peanut Butter M&M's, I'm willing to talk to you. If you say I can have Cool Ranch Doritos as opposed to original Doritos we can have a conversation like adults but I'm not eating regular Doritos or M&M's unless there is a serious snack emergency.

Why is it CT always comes up looking boring in these surveys, polls and studies? Some of the wildest and most unique individuals I've ever met come from CT, and I've met some next-level trailblazers. These studies always say our bedtime is 6 pm, we have sex with our socks on and we love granola, only some of that is true.

You can enjoy more discussions like this by checking out the Ethan, Lou & Large Dave Podcast on Apple and Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. It's the same show we do on the radio but with limited commercials and no music. Or, listen live by streaming the show on the I-95 Rock Mobile app, or tune into I-95 (95.1FM).

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