With Toy Story 4 opening this weekend and some impressive box office numbers already being seen it is no surprise that Disney Pixar movies are popular with a large portion of the U.S. population, not just kids but adults alike.
So, how popular is a Pixar movie in each state? Google trends has done the math for us based, presumably, on searches, data collected from your Google smart assistant that’s always listening, and various other sinister dystopian means. and we now know the answer, and it might surprise you:
*The most popular Pixar movie, according to 17 states is…..Up! It seems a favorite among states that border the Atlantic Ocean, up and down the coastline. I guess Adventure is really out there.
*California and Texas, the two largest states in the country are in agreement that The Incredibles is the best Pixar movie.
*Wyoming has decided to break loose from the rest of the 50 states and is the only state to consider The Good Dinosaur the best Pixar film. Any Wyomingites in the house care to explain?
* Brave comes in first for Colorado, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Washington.
*Arkansas and Kentucky love the Cars franchise.
*Alaskan favor the Waste Allocation Load Lifter-Earth class.
*Sadly not one state gave any love to Coco.
What do you think? Does this map represent you? Comment below.