Lefties, Righties Split on Food as Well But everybody likes lasagna By Rob Quinn, Newser Staff Posted Sep 18, 2011 3:10 PM CDT 25 comments Comments If you like your taco shells crunchy instead of soft, there's a good chance you also like the Democrats, according to Hunch. (Photo: Business Wire) (Newser) – If you like deep-dish pizza, you're a lot likelier than fans of thin crust to have conservative politics, according to Hunch, a taste-tracking website that cross-referenced millions of responses to discover that the differences between left and right don't end at the dinner table. Among its findings: Liberals are slightly more likely to prefer their vegetables fresh instead of cooked, and a more likely to eat fruit at least once a week. Conservatives tend to believe there's little nutritional difference between organic and processed foods. Conservatives favor either cereal for breakfast or skip the meal altogether, while liberals lean toward toast or bagels. The favorite french fry of conservatives comes from McDonald's, while the average liberal would rather have a bistro-style fry—and they are much more inclined than conservatives to cut out fast food altogether. Liberals are likelier than conservatives to enjoy beer, and a lot likelier to serve wine with meals, while conservatives prefer soda. If you've got a liberal coming for dinner, Hunch suggests serving curry chicken with a glass of wine—unless your guest is one of the 10% of liberals who are vegetarian, compared to 3% of conservatives. If your guest is a conservative, try serving meatloaf with mashed potatoes and soda. If you're looking for a meal both sides can agree on, pepperoni pizza with a garden salad and a glass of water is your answer. For more, click here.