Pepperoni ranks as the top choice by Americans for their pizza topping, followed by sausage and mushrooms.
Anchovies followed by eggplant are the most disliked toppings.
Nearly one-third of Americans prefer thin crust pizza followed very closely by regular crust. However, the nationwide choices are a little misleading, as different parts of the country have different dominant pizza styles. For example, deep dish is the traditional Chicago-style pizza, and in Detroit, you will find the regional pan-style pizza. New Yorkers prefer a regular crust pizza that you can fold so you can eat it with one hand while you walk down the street. Regardless, no matter what the style, pizza is extremely popular, as only three percent of Americans say they don't eat pizza