Slight majority of Americans would rather eat pizza for breakfast, survey finds

Turns out the breakfast industry is really missing out on a huge demographic.

According to a new survey, the majority of Americans (53 percent) said they would rather eat cold pizza for breakfast over more traditional, and certainly more socially acceptable options like cereal or eggs.

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The survey, conducted by the folks at Slice, a mobile pizza-ordering app, polled thousands of its users to arrive at this conclusion, among other interesting findings.

For instance, a survey of preferred toppings found that only 1 percent of Kansans would consider putting anchovies on pizza, while a whopping 63 percent of Delaware residents said they’d eat it on a pie.

Overall, however, a slim majority of Americans say there’s no room for pineapple anywhere on a pizza. Although, with only 54 percent of respondents opposing the hotly contested topping, the statistic will likely prove useless in bolstering any arguments against pineapple-topped pies. (Maybe mention how Iceland’s sitting president hates it too?)

And oddly enough, even Hawaiians weren't as passionate about the "Hawaiian" pizza, seeing as folks in four other states — Oregon, Maine, California and Nevada — had a stronger preference for the pie.

Fifty-four percent of you likely just threw up in your mouth a little.

Fifty-four percent of you likely just threw up in your mouth a little. (iStock)

Other results indicate that folks tend to prefer Neopolitan-style pies (cooked in coal or wood ovens) to those baked in gas ovens, and that cola is the preferred beverage to enjoy with a slice (over lemon-lime sodas, root beer, orange, ginger ale, cherry and cream soda).

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However, one finding remains clear: The breakfast-pizza market remains largely untapped. Get on it, Kellogg's or General Mills.