Reader poll: Winning the theme park wars – Disney vs. Universal on food

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Disney vs. Universal
Disney vs. Universal.

It’s time to head to the front lines again and fight the theme park wars. And in honor of this week’s one-year anniversary of The Simpsons‘ Fast Food Blvd’s grand opening, this fortnight’s battle is going to be waged around food.

Only one side can be victorious, and you’re the one to determine the outcome.

 

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You can learn everything you ever wanted to know about Springfield USA in the OI Universal Center, but if that’s just not enough for you, you can regroup from the war in the OI Community Forums.

 

Previous poll

What’s the most important element in a theme park land?

Unsurprisingly, the biggest answer, by far, was “attractions (rides, shows, etc.),” with 302 out of 535 votes (56%). And in second place was “overall design of the land (layout, architectural details, music),” which nabbed 225 votes (42%). What was surprising, however, was the dead-last finisher: “dining (food quality, design of venues, etc.),” which garnered only three(!) votes. Apparently, theme park guests like to shop more than they like to eat.

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Marc N. Kleinhenz Marc N. Kleinhenz’s first dream in life was to be an astronaut. His second was an Imagineer. While neither completely worked out, he now writes books, flash fiction, and articles for 31 sites and counting (including IGN, The Escapist, and The Huffington Post). He’s co-created two podcasts and has even taught English in Japan. Imagineering school won’t be too far behind.

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