Transcript for Where you live may determine what you eat on Thanksgiving
Now to the Thanksgiving meal Turkey we'll figure prominently in most American homes but its side dishes that happens country most of I don't take a look at who eats what. But in numbers. 82% of Americans Turkey is the centerpiece of their Thanksgiving feast according to a poll by 538. About forty million turkeys will be consume this holiday according to the national Turkey federation. And while 31% of Americans say they'll have fewer leaders at their table this year amid the pandemic. Butterball says that 76% of shoppers are buying the same size or bigger turkeys as last year perhaps from our leftovers. Where you live could actually determine what else you eat corn bread is on the menu and 40% of homes in Texas and central southern states but only appears and 28% of homes nationwide on Thanksgiving. Holly flowers being served up in 17% of middle Atlantic seas but it's Corliss popular elsewhere. Snacking cheeses served in 35% of homes in the southeast on Thanksgiving but only 1% of the country's overall that number surprise me. And new englanders love their squash which accompanies 56% of their quality meals but nationwide. Only 18%. And still ahead here on trying to get our polarized nation are slip starting to face bigger push back from wading into the political arena. We'll take another look at the impact of canceled culture. And the restaurant owner struggling to keep his life's work afloat yet still doing what he can't help us. Look at our top trending stories on abcnews.com.
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