Yale Grammatical Diversity Project gives us the boundaries: Murray and Simon (2002) describe the rough boundaries as Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, Northern West Virginia, and Central Indiana. Pockets of speakers may exist in places as far-spread as Kentucky and Illinois. This construction is also attested in Scots English, which might be its historical source.
I've read elsewhere that it centers on Pittsburgh.
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