Evans. Hemsworth. Pratt. Pine. Hollywood is FILLED with people called 'Chris', and they're constantly being compared to each other even though there are plenty of folks in the real world who share a name. Which 'Chris' does New Jersey prefer? You may be surprised. 

I always go back and forth between Chris Evans and Chris Pine. I mean, one is Captain America, the other just melts my soul when I look at him. And what can ya say about Hemsworth? He's THOR and his features are symmetrically perfect.

I crushed on Chris Pratt for a bit but decided he's too much of a cheesemonger for me (message me for context, lol), but he wears a suit well and knows how to work a camera with his eyes. He's pretty good at dodging dinosaurs, too.

Oh! What about Christopher Meloni from Law & Order??? Even at 62 he's still H-O-T!

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Even though comparing celebrities with the same name seems silly, IS silly, there's still research being conducted on the subject.

A new survey by the folks at Shane Co. shows which 'Chris' New Jersey likes best above all others. Shane Co. reportedly compiled a list of 32 of the most famous Chrises and analyzed Google Trends search data over time to see who dominated in each state.

Kris Jenner technically qualifies!

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But here in New Jersey we like a funny Chris! Chris Rock is the most beloved Chris in the Garden State.

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Perhaps Rock earned some extra sympathy in NJ after he got slapped by Will Smith at the Oscars?


OOF! That STILL looks nasty.

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Check out the most popular 'Chris' by state below!

courtesy Shane Co.
courtesy Shane Co.

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