Birmingham and Louisville are top fast-food cities, report says

 
May 31, 2006
NEW YORK– Scarborough Research released an analysis of quick-service restaurant patronage in the United States.
 
According to Scarborough, the average adult visits a QSR 5.2 times in a given month.
 
Birmingham, Ala., residents topped all cities by eating fast-food 6.5 times in the average month. Louisville, Ky., residents were second with an average of 6.4 visits per month. Austin, Texas, and Memphis, Tenn., were third with 6.3 average visits.
 
Syracuse, N.Y., and Naples, Fla., residents were last on the list, visiting QSRs only four times a month.

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