What time will you eat dinner on Thanksgiving? New York residents apparently have a common time.

The Loupe surveyed Americans across the nation to map out how people spend their Thanksgiving in every U.S. state. Researchers wanted to find out American Thanksgiving preferences, so to find out they surveyed over 3,000 Americans.

Notable New York callouts:

- Most states love the side dishes on Thanksgiving, but in Utah and West Virginia, people pick turkey as their favorite part of the meal.

- Throughout the country, traditional Thanksgiving dishes are the top choice, except in Hawaii and New York, where the majority opt for non-traditional favorites.

- On Thanksgiving Day, most of the country starts the day by cooking and baking first. But in Maine, most people begin their day by first watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

What the survey found was that New York residents eat Thanksgiving anywhere from Mid-afternoon 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM.

Our survey revealed that an overwhelming majority—32 states, to be exact—prefer to dig into their turkey feast mid-afternoon, specifically between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM, or that sweet spot where the parade is over with, and everyone is ready to huddle around the table.

Meanwhile, early evening (4:00 PM – 6:00 PM) and early afternoon (12:00 PM – 2:00 PM) tie for second place, capturing the hearts (and stomachs) of residents in 6 states each. "

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