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.