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Most popular Halloween candy survey results released

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The most popular Halloween candy by state has been released. BYTE.com came up with the results by analyzing Google search terms and phrases. In Indiana, it’s Butterfinger bars. In Michigan, it’s Reese’s peanut butter cups. If the study is to-be-believed, chocolate does not reign supreme in the United States this year. The top searched Halloween candy in most states was Nerds.

One of the most controversial Halloween candies is candy corn. People either eat it by the handful or throw it straight in the garbage. The BYTE.com survey suggests more than one out of three Americans hate it, and a little more than one out of five love it. The other 44% are indifferent.

On average, most Americans buy about two bags of candy for Halloween, spending about $23. However, not all that candy ends up in the hands of trick-or-treaters. One out of three Americans admitted that they end up eating a lot of the candy they planned to give away.

Ask dentists anywhere: The BYTE.com survey suggests the worst candy for your teeth are: Caramels, Taffy, Hard Candy like Jolly Ranchers, Coated Candy (like Hot Tamales) and Toffee. While they may be tasty, sometimes people end up pulling off crowns by chewing candy.

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