The 10 cities with the most McDonald's restaurants per capita are almost all in the South

Hollis JohnsonWhich cities remain the most loyal to the Golden Arches?

Americans love McDonald’s.

But some Americans love it more than others. The Golden Arches may be a global symbol of American capitalism, but back at home, the chain hasn’t been quite as successful in winning over Americans as of late. So what parts of America remain loyal to the world’s biggest burger chain?

According to a recent Apartment Guide study, these are the 10 cities with the most McDonald’s restaurants per capita.


10. Miami, Florida — 10.62 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents

Getty Images

9. Mobile, Alabama — 11.08 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents


8. Las Vegas, Nevada — 11.94 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents

Dennis Hohl / EyeEm / Getty Images

7. Baton Rouge, Louisiana — 12.18 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents

Shutterstock

6. Knoxville, Tennessee — 12.80 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents


5. Cincinnati, Ohio — 12.89 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents

Aaron Bernstein/Reuters

4. Lakeland, Florida — 13.57 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents


3. Columbia, South Carolina — 14.24 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents

Denis Tangney Jr / Getty Images

2. Dayton, Ohio — 15.64 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents

Shutterstock

1. Orlando, Florida — 19.60 McDonald’s restaurants per 100k residents

Javier Cruz Acosta/Shutterstock

Business Insider Emails & Alerts

Site highlights each day to your inbox.

Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.