Different political ideologies also means differing tastes when it comes to food choices.
Hunch.com analysed 700,000 members in order to predict particular demographics, personality and other characteristics based on their food choices, reports the Livescience.
These were subsequently compared against the political views the participants associates themselves with.
The web-based survey found that liberals preferred thin-crust pizza, hard to pronounce pastas such as gnocchi and fusilli and a glass of wine with dinner.
Whereas, the conservatives enjoyed deep-dish pizza, McDonald's French fries and a can of coke with their meal.
Furthermore, liberals were 28 pc more likely to eat fresh fruit daily and 17 pc more likely to eat toast or a bagel in the morning compared to conservatives who were 20 pc more likely to skip breakfast.
The study surfaced that 10 pc of liberals indicated they are vegetarians compared to 3 pc of conservatives.
With 60 pc of the liberals indicating liking beer, they are 28 pc more likely than conservatives to enjoy the drink.
Although there's a correlation between views and food choices, the study doesn't say that one influences the other, as demographics could also play a role.