And now? You’re no longer No. 8 — you’re No. 1, and a super-sized No. 1, at that.
A study by the Intuit Consumer Spending Index — which collects credit and debit purchasing data from its popular budget management tool, Mint.com — found that Oklahomans spent, on average, a Whoppering $101 per month on fast food in May. Checking in behind us were our neighbors in Arkansas, who spent nearly $83 per month.
Granted, this is just one month’s data, and May was understandably a tough month for so many, but still. Put down those fries.
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