If you're reading this, chances are you grew up watching Disney movies or watched them with your little ones and/or you still do!
And if that's true, that means you definitely have a go-to Disney flick, or multiple like almost every other person in the world.
Well in celebration of last Friday's release of Disney's Christopher Robin, the analysts at CableTV.com created a national report that revealed each state's favorite Disney classically-animated movie. ?
According to their results, The Lion King is the Buckeye State's favorite movie, along with 16 other states.
This makes the 1994 Shakespearean based-classic America's favorite Disney classic hands down.
Below are some more findings from the CableTV's report.
- We love animals—38 states favored a film with an animal protagonist.
- With the support of 17 states, The Lion King (1994) is America’s favorite Disney classic, hands down.
- Dumbo (1941) is beloved by New York, which was known for the elephant walk through Manhattan, a tradition that lasted over thirty years. While the event garnered mixed feelings from residents and tourists, it certainly left its mark in NYC.
- Nearly 71 percent of Vermont households own a pet, so it makes sense that Vermont loves 101 Dalmatians (1961). But funnily enough, Vermont has more cat-owning households than dog-owning households.
- With the most wilderness of any state, Alaska’s respect for wildlife reflects in its favorite movie Bambi (1942).
- The trippy Alice in Wonderland (1951) is a big deal in New Mexico, which happens to be the only state where you can legally grow magic mushrooms (psilocybin-containing mushrooms).
- Over 57% of Hawaiian residents identify as Asian American, so it’s no surprise that Mulan (1998) is a favorite for the Aloha State.
- The Beehive State, with the youngest average population in the US, had a fourteen-way tie for its top Disney classic. No other state but Utah had a tie for its favorite movie.
Go here to find out even more interesting facts from the national report.