The most popular shopping chain in each state

Americans are passionate about where they shop.

While more and more people turn to online shopping for their food and clothing needs, plenty of shoppers still prefer to visit brick-and-mortar stores.

The location intelligence company Foursquare put together a list of the most popular department stores, clothing stores, and big box store chains in each state across the US, based on its own visit data.

Foursquare looked at the average number of visits per store in each state to determine its ranking. That allowed for some smaller chains like Uniqlo and Fred Meyer to beat out Walmart and Target in some states.

Check out the full list below.

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ALABAMA: Target

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Scott Olson/Getty

ALASKA: Walmart

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Thomson Reuters

ARKANSAS: Target


ARIZONA: Walmart


CALIFORNIA: Target

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Joe Raedle / Getty Images

COLORADO: Target

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Joe Raedle / Staff / Getty Images

CONNECTICUT: Target

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Flickr/Mike Mozart

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Macy’s

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Flickr/Mr Hicks

DELAWARE: Target

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Getty/Alex Wong

FLORIDA: UNIQLO

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Daniel Goodman / Business Insider

GEORGIA: Target

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Joe Raedle / Staff / Getty Images

HAWAII: Walmart

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Reuters

IOWA: Target

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Flickr/nateOne

IDAHO: Fred Meyer

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Fred Meyer/ MG2

ILLINOIS: UNIQLO

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Mario Tama/Getty Images

INDIANA: Target

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Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters

KANSAS: Target

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Empty checkout counters are seen at a Target store in Lindsay, Ontario January 15, 2015.
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REUTERS/Fred Thornhill

KENTUCKY: Target

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Joe Raedle/Getty Images

LOUISIANA: Target


MASSACHUSETTS: Primark

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Primark

MARYLAND: Walmart


MAINE: Target

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A newly constructed Target store is shown in San Diego, California
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Thomson Reuters

MICHIGAN: Walmart

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Wikimedia

MINNESOTA: Target

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Reuters

MISSOURI: Target

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Getty/Alex Wong

MISSISSIPPI: Target


MONTANA: Walmart

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Thomson Reuters

NORTH CAROLINA: Target

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Flickr / Mike Mozart

NORTH DAKOTA: Target

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Joe Raedle / Getty

NEBRASKA: Target

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Joe Raedle / Getty Images

NEW HAMPSHIRE: Walmart

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Flickr via walmartcorporate

NEW JERSEY: Target

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Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters

NEW MEXICO: Walmart

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Joe Raedle/Getty

NEVADA: Walmart

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Reuters

NEW YORK: Bloomingdale’s

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Wikimedia Commons

OHIO: Walmart

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Flickr / Walmart

OKLAHOMA: Target

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Tim Boyle / Getty Images

OREGON: Fred Meyer

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Fred Meyer/ MG2

PENNSYLVANIA: Walmart

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Joe Raedle/ Getty

RHODE ISLAND: Target

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Flickr/Mike Mozart

SOUTH CAROLINA: Walmart

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Wikimedia

SOUTH DAKOTA: Walmart

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Joe Raedle/Getty

TENNESSEE: Target

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Joe Raedle/Getty Images

TEXAS: Target

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Scott Olson/ Getty

UTAH: Walmart

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Jeff Zelevansky / Stringer/ Gettu

VIRGINIA: Bloomingdale’s

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Peter Kramer/ Getty

VERMONT: Walmart

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J.D. Pooley / Stringer/ Getty

WASHINGTON: Fred Meyer

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Fred Meyer/ MG2

WISCONSIN: Target

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Justin Sullivan/ Getty

WEST VIRGINIA: Walmart

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J.D. Pooley / Stringer/ Getty

WYOMING: WALMART

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David McNew/ Getty