Survey Studies States’ Fast Food Spending
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A new survey by the Intuit Consumer Spending Index tracks fast food spending by state.
Missourians spend a little more than Illinois residents, according to the study.
During the month of May, Missourians spent on average of about $61 on fast food. In Illinois, it was $52.
That puts Missouri at number 20 on the spending index and Illinois 31st.
Residents of Oklahoma spent the most on fast food, more than $100 each in May.
On average, Vermont residents spent the least, less than $28 per month.