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Data Reveals Every State's Favorite Disney Princess

Have you ever wondered who might be the most popular Disney princess in your state? If this has been something that has lingered in your mind for quite some time, luckily, we’ve got the answer for you. That’s because there’s a new map that shows every state’s favorite Disney Princess in the nation.

You don’t have to worry about getting into awkward blue state versus red state debates, because this one will have you analyzing all of the decisions that your neighboring state makes for days. That’s because the Princesses of Arrendelle seem to rule the nation, with Rapunzel, Snow White, Belle, and Cinderella close behind as the top five Disney princesses in the nation.

Elsa and her sister Anna have managed to create quite a cold front in the Midwest, as they are the most popular sisters in Wisconsin, Illinois, North and South Dakota, Montana, Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky and more. Elsa has even clinched the top spot in the states of Alaska and Texas.

Snow White, meanwhile, seems to rule the top spot in the states of Vermont, Washington and Idaho. Mulan is a favorite in Hawaii, Oregon and New Mexico while her good friend Jasmine is a state favorite in Nevada, Arizona, and New York.

The great state of California seems to be in love with Esmerelda while Indiana loves Pocohontas. Belle only turned up in the state of Maine while Ariel from the Little Mermaid is still making a splash in Florida and Colorado. Pixar’s Princess, Merida, managed to make it on the map in Wyoming.

The results were compiled by CableTV.com, who surveyed television viewers all throughout the nation. The only princess who didn’t win any states was Moana, who apparently still has a lot of work to do in the princess popularity race.

The most interesting part about the survey was that two states couldn’t make up their mind about their favorite princess. The great state of Utah had a five-way tie with Belle, Cinderella, Elsa, Rapunzel and Snow White. The state of South Carolina, meanwhile, had a two-way tie between sisters Elsa and Anna. With that being said, thankfully there are enough Disney princesses to really fill a nation.

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