Obama Supporters Like Their Pizza Spicy
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Adding to an ongoing debate that has been publicly hashed out on The Daily Meal, it seems that most Obama supporters prefer red pepper flakes on pizza. So we guess we know who TDM's executive editor, Arthur Bovino, is voting for.
California Pizza Kitchen surveyed 1,000 Americans about their voting and pizza choices, and discovered that Obama supporters are more likely to put hot pepper flakes on their pizza, which they're probably going to have for lunch.
Romney fans, on the other hand, are more likely to have pizza for dinner, and have their leftovers cold (although, honestly, who doesn't like cold pizza?). Meanwhile, pizza eaters who tend to have pizza with soda instead of booze are more likely to vote for Obama.
Funnily enough, undecided voters (or you know, those who want to write in Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert) are more likely to choose pineapple as their favorite non-traditional pizza topping. Who knew?
Check out some more ways Obama and Romney fans differ in their pizza preferences in the infographic below (click to enlarge). In related election news, we like to imagine this is what all campaigning looks like.
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