Pizza is one of the most popular foods in the U.S., so it stands to reason that people would have plenty of opinions on what makes pizza great.

That’s what Slice looked to discover in a recent survey it conducted across the country. The pizza ordering platform received responses from over 9,000 people on a variety of subjects related to pizza. One of the most interesting discoveries is that 53 percent of Americans prefer cold pizza for breakfast.

Another subject of the poll was toppings, specifically two controversial toppings: pineapple and anchovies. 54 percent of those polled rejected pineapple as a pizza topping. Meanwhile, anchovies are preferred on the East Coast compared to other areas of the country, with Delaware leading the way at 63 percent favorability.

Wood- or coal-fired Neapolitan crusted pizza was considered to be the top pizza form, beating out New York-style. While the top pizza variety is highly debated, there is no doubt about this food’s popularity in America.