Someone used Google Trends to find which Halloween candy each state is oddly obsessed with. Here are the results . . .
1. Kit Kats and Twix both have five states that are obsessed with them: Kit Kats in Arizona, Connecticut, Maryland, Michigan, and New Mexico. Twix in Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Utah, and Wisconsin.
2. Four different candies got three states each: Skittles in Alabama, Arkansas, and Georgia . . . Jolly Ranchers in California, Florida, and Texas . . . 100 Grand Bars in Kentucky, Missouri, and Oregon . . . and Dum Dums in Idaho, Maine, and Mississippi.
3. Others with multiple states: Milky Ways in Alaska and New Hampshire . . . Nerds in Nevada and Washington . . . Peanut M&M’s in Indiana and Kansas . . . Reese’s Pieces in New York and Virginia . . . Sour Patch Kids in New Jersey and South Carolina . . . and Tootsie Pops in Iowa and Nebraska.
4. The rest have ONE state: Candy corn in West Virginia . . . Ohio loves Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups . . . Pennsylvania, Good & Plenty . . . Vermont, 3 Musketeers . . . Hawaii, Crunch bars . . . Louisiana, Starburst . . . North Dakota, Whoppers . . .
South Dakota, Snickers . . . Montana, Baby Ruth . . . Illinois, AirHeads . . . Tennessee, Runts . . . Wyoming, Swedish Fish . . . Rhode Island, Heath bars . . . Colorado loves black liquorice . . . Delaware’s into Smarties . . . and someone in Oklahoma is actually eating those big orange Circus Peanuts.
(Here’s a map.)