Uncle Walt's Insider has discovered the favorite Disney character for each state in the United States, as revealed by social media analysis and random telephone surveys. The most popular character by far is Anastasia from the 1997 Disney animated feature by the same name. Anastasia, the movie, has recently been adapted into a Broadway musical by Disney Theatrical Productions, which may account for the character's popularity.
Here are your favorite Disney characters by state:
Alabama - Anastasia
Alaska - John Darling
Arizona - Anastasia
Arkansas - Anastasia
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