A new survey has revealed that people in the Garden State are absolutely obsessed with one particular fast food restaurant.

And if you instantly thought of a big, juicy cheeseburger, you'd be wrong.

Nor does it have anything to do with pizza or tacos.

No hoagies, either.

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It's chicken.

Editors at upgradedpoints.com recently surveyed 3,000 people and New Jersey ranked 4th for states obsessed with Chick-fil-A.

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And we're apparently in good company. Delaware ranked #1, Maryland tied Texas for the second spot, and Connecticut finished in the top five.

Sure, Chick-fil-A makes a good chicken sandwich, but what goes on that sandwich also scored very well.

Chick-fil-A dominated the map as the best fast-food joint for dipping sauces in every state except Hawaii … and the cravings don’t stop there.

Participants reported Chick-fil-A Sauce — a combination of honey mustard, ranch, and BBQ sauce — as the most popular dipping sauce in every state except for Hawaii, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Ohio.

The first Chick-fil-A opened in New Jersey in 1974. Since then, about two dozen restaurants can be found across the Garden State.

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