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Tags: pizza | favorite | food | stressed | Americans | comfort

Pizza Favorite Go-To Food for Stressed Americans

Pizza Favorite Go-To Food for Stressed Americans
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Tuesday, 26 January 2016 08:10 AM


The Harris Poll has conducted a survey into the eating habits of Americans during times of stress and found that 53 percent admit to eating more when going through a difficult time and 67 percent say they have a favorite comfort food that they go to for relief.

The Harris Poll, which surveyed 2,252 U.S. adults, found that many Americans turn to pizza when times are tough. Fifteen percent chose it as their top comfort food, which is more than twice as many votes as any other food. Chocolate and ice cream tie for second place with 7 percent of Americans picking them as top comfort foods in times of stress. Macaroni and cheese and chips round out the top 5.

Across demographics pizza is No. 1 except among mature respondents (70+) who prefer ice cream. Women turn to chocolate and ice cream as their second and third choices, while men opt for ice cream and then chips.

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The Harris Poll has conducted a survey into the eating habits of Americans during times of stress and found that 53 percent admit to eating more when going through a difficult time and 67 percent say they have a favorite comfort food that they go to for relief. The Harris...
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