Study: Democrats favor Starbucks; Republicans prefer Dunkin’ Donuts

Apparently, only a part of America runs on Dunkin’. Plus, Hebrew National hot dogs might not be so kosher after all, Regis and Kathie Lee reunited at last, Arsenio back on late night, ‘Sneakerology,’ and more.

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Looks like Mitt Romney supporters aren’t nearly as smitten with Wawa‘s hoagies as the GOP presidential nominee. According to a new study from market-insight firm Buyology, which sought to correlate Americans’ brand preferences with their political leanings, Republicans prefer Subway and its $5 footlongs, while Democrats maintain a fondness for Wendy’s. Other notable differences from the study: Blue voters prefer Starbucks coffee, playing on their Wii, and watching football; red voters enjoy Dunkin’ Donuts, Xbox, and baseball. However, both parties take a shining to Apple, Google, Visa, and Coca-Cola. Finally, some common ground.

As for anyone prone to kosher brands, there’s one you might want to strike from your list. A lawsuit filed against parent company ConAgra claims that hot dogs and other products under the Hebrew National name fail to meet the standards required to label its foods as kosher.

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