In celebration of July 4th, Swapalease.com has come out with some patriotic fun facts about what Americans are driving.
Though men and women may share the same anticipation for the holiday, Swapalease says that males drive American-made cars considerably more than females.
While 67 percent of men drive American-made cars, the site found that just 44 percent of women do.
Men and women also differ where they stand on their pick of colors red, white and blue, according to the online lease marketplace.
The data from Swapalease also shares some state-by-state notes, including states where red, white and blue cars are most prevalent. In what shouldn't come as too big a surprise, Kentucky — The Bluegrass State and home to the Wildcats wearing that color — was one of the top areas for blue.
Below are charts detailing the various differences and other fun facts:
Men vs. Women: Most Popular Car Colors
Red: 42% 18%
White: 23% 41%
Blue: 53% 47%
States with the Most Red, White and Blue Cars
Red: South Carolina, Colorado, Michigan
White: Florida, California, Tennessee
Blue: New York, Georgia, Kentucky
States with the Highest Percentage of American-Made Cars
States with the Lowest Percentage of American-Made Cars
New York: 28%
Swapalease’s data is based on an analysis of thousands of vehicles on its site.