According to a national survey, the increase in visits to fast food restaurants from 2020 to 2021 by Kentuckians was higher than the US average


Kentuckians’ visits to fast-food restaurants this year are up 42% from last year, a greater increase than the U.S. average of 33%, according to a survey by the marketing firm. Main data.

The pandemic was bad for fast food, but the industry recovered strongly by the end of April 2021, led by hamburger chains, according to the survey. Sonic was the first with a 102% increase; MC Donalds was second, at 59%, followed by Wendy’s Other Burger King 43% and 39% respectively.

Kentucky’s 42% rise was the 20th in the nation and was more than most neighboring states. Illinois was third at 58 percent, West Virginia was eighth at 50 percent, and Missouri 22 at 40 percent.


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