So, on another math forum, someone posted a question about the leftmost digit of a randomly chosen Fibonacci number. It likely follows Benford's Law for the distribution of the leftmost digit.
I know the rightmost digit is cyclic with a cycle of 60, so I wanted to check if there was any kind of repetition for the leftmost digit. It seems that $F(n+67)$ and $F(n)$ have the same first digit a surprisingly high percentage of the time (my calculations put it at around 97% for the first 1000 Fibonacci numbers). I tried to see if this was understood at all, or just another mystery of the Fibonacci numbers, but after a few hours of searching, I did not come across anything.
You can see it in action with this graph:
Anyway, back to my question. Does anyone know of any research related to this?