Infographic: Patriots Fans Love Five Guys Burgers While Eagles Fans Like Quaker Steak & Lube

Factual’s location data breaks down Super Bowl teams

Photo Illustration: Dianna McDougall; Sources: Getty Images

In 2016, Americans ate about 14 billion hamburgers, 1.3 billion wings and guzzled 51.7 million cans of beer, according to the National Restaurant Association. This year’s 1.35 billion wings is the equivalent of placing 625 wings on every seat in all 32 NFL stadiums said the National Chicken Council. But not all snacks are created equal. Just like fans’ team alliances, tastes vary wildly from salty fries and burgers to chicken fingers.

Factual—a data company that powers location for companies like Apple, Facebook and Google—anonymously analyzed data from people who visited the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles’ stadiums and lived in the teams’ geographic areas. The data collected is a just slice from the 280 million devices that Factual tracks.

Here are some interesting stats in infographic form, which includes a handful of data points about the in-store foot traffic from 2017’s Super Bowl advertisers.

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