Bloomberg Businessweek recently published its "Popularity Issue." It's an odd and strangely fascinating look at what places and things are the most "popular" in the American economy. Just as in junior high, "popular" probably doesn't always translate to "best liked" or "favorite" (as anyone who's ever been forced to fly through Hartsfield-Jackson airport knows all too well), but it is interesting to see where our dollars go.
Here are some of the highlights. You can find the full list, along with the runners' up for each of the categories here.
Car color: White
Cereal: Honey Nut Cheerios
Item at Walmart: Banana
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