Everyone has a favorite Pixar movie, and now you can see if your top pick matches up with your state's in this map from cable service resource CableTV.com. The map was created by analyzing Google Trends data for every Pixar feature film before The Incredibles 2, which just came out in June.

The most popular movie in the country is a sequel, which isn't that surprising given that Pixar sequels are usually a million times better than your average second outing. Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for the champion: Finding Nemo sequel Finding Dory, which nabbed the top spot in 17 states.

But back to the quality of Pixar sequels: the data shows that every Pixar sequel is at least as popular as the first movie in its franchise. The sequels in the Toy Story and Monsters, Inc. franchises all placed first in at least one state.

2015's The Good Dinosaur may have flopped, but Idaho still loves it. Coco, Pixar's ode to The Day of the Dead, was the most popular pick in California, while Inside Out won the top spot in both Colorado and Vermont. New Mexico favored Cars, possibly because the film's fictional town Radiator Springs neighbors Route 66, which goes through the state.

Ultimately, we should all be grateful that no state picked notorious flop Cars 2.

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