America’s Favorite Halloween Candy By State

We all know, not all Halloween candy is created equal. Whether you're into sour gummies or dark chocolates, everyone knows that playing favorites is inevitable when you're trick or treating. And let's be real - no one is hoping for a 'trick' when they go door to door in their costumes. So, we surveyed over 40,000 Influensters to find out which Halloween candies hold a special place in ALL of our hearts.  Check out our infographic below that displays America's favorite Halloween candy for 2015 state by state. Curious as to what stands out? We found it interesting that... + The candy the pulled the highest total number of votes turned out to be Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup -- it was one of only three candies (the other two were Kit Kat and Butterfinger) to be voted by every single state in the U.S. + The candy of choice in the most number of states this year turned out to be the polarizing Halloween staple -- Candy corn. + Candy corn proved to be the top pick for Oregon, Wyoming, Tennessee, Texas, and South Carolina.   Does your candy obsession align with others in your state? Could you guess which candy is your state's favorite without looking? Maybe you think a BIG time favorite candy is missing. Whatever it is, tell us in the comments below!

Influenster- We all know, not all Halloween candy is created equal. Whether you’re into sour gummies or dark chocolates, everyone knows that playing favorites is inevitable when you’re trick or treating. And let’s be real – no one is hoping for a ‘trick’ when they go door to door in their costumes.
So, we surveyed over 40,000 Influensters to find out which Halloween candies hold a special place in ALL of our hearts. Check out our infographic below that displays America’s favorite Halloween candy for 2015 state by state. Curious as to what stands out? We found it interesting that…
+ The candy the pulled the highest total number of votes turned out to be Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup — it was one of only three candies (the other two were Kit Kat and Butterfinger) to be voted by every single state in the U.S.
+ The candy of choice in the most number of states this year turned out to be the polarizing Halloween staple — Candy corn.
+ Candy corn proved to be the top pick for Oregon, Wyoming, Tennessee, Texas, and South Carolina.
Does your candy obsession align with others in your state? Could you guess which candy is your state’s favorite without looking? Maybe you think a BIG time favorite candy is missing. Whatever it is, tell us in the comments below!

Not gonna lie, when I looked at the list and saw Crunch was Florida’s number 1 pick I was feeling good about it. Good solid candy chocolate bar. I like Crunch and eat it whenever I have it. But thats the thing, I almost never think about buying it. I love Twix because of the cookie center, and Kit Kats, I had a whole blog on kit kats and how much I want them. But Crunch bar doesn’t really seem that awesome. And then I looked at the rest of the list and once i realized Florida was the only one picking Crunch bars, then it made me wonder why the fuck no one else wants crunch. I mean those murderers and criminals in Maryland are enjoying fucking Almond Joys over Crunch bars. Almond Joys are like the chocolate you threw in as a consolation piece when you’re trying to make a trade for a better piece of candy after trick r treating. I don’t know, now Crunch bars seem like a candy meth addicts would like a lot. Sweet and crunchy and ruins their teeth. I feel like Candy Corn has gotten a bad reputation over the years but some states are going bonkers over candy corn while Crunch bars are just at the tail end of America. I almost hate it now.

P.s- How about the balls on West Virginia to just give out Oreo Cookies on Halloween?

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