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Ohioans love black jelly beans, according to a new online poll. Black licorice has no place among an assortment of delicious fruit flavors, WLWT digital guy Brian Wiechert said. Others disagree. I think theyre very good. I even buy bags of just the black jelly beans, said WLWT producer Mary Tignor. Apparently most Ohioans agree with Tignor. According to a poll from candystore.com, black licorice is the most popular jelly bean flavor in both Ohio and Kentucky. In fact, the numbers show that its the most popular nationwide. Apparently, you cant knock a classic. Black licorice was one of the original Jelly Belly jelly bean flavors back in the 1970s and still reigns supreme to this day, the website says. The poll examined over nine years of sales data, and surveyed over 10,000 candy fans.
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