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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH - MARCH 20: A general view of a 'March Madness' logo is seen during practice before the First Round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament at Vivint Smart Home Arena on March 20, 2019 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

March Madness kicks off this week, which means a lot of folks will be loading up on snacks as they watch hours and hours of college basketball. So, what will most people be snacking on?

  • Well, new research from Shipt finds that folks love some classic chips during the game.
  • During last year’s college basketball season (before the coronavirus canceled the tournament) Shipt delivered 231,000 bags of Doritos, 136,000 boxes of Cheez-Its, 133,000 bags of Goldfish and 107,000 bags of Tostitos to fans.
  • And where folks live may affect their snacking preference.
  • For example, fans in Illinois and Indiana prefer Doritos. In fact, Shipt delivered more than 13,000 bags of Doritos in Indiana last year.
  • Fans in Texas prefer to chow down on Goldfish, with more than 32,000 bags delivered.
  • Fans in Oklahoma prefer Fritos, while West Virginians like their snacks sweet, with the most popular snack being Little Debbie’s products.
  • Ohio is also a Little Debbie’s fan, with their top snack little Debbie Nutty Bars.
  • And folks in Georgia also skip the chips, with Sabra Hummus their favorite game-day snack.

Click here to see your state’s favorite March Madness snack.