Best pizza chains: The top pizza brand according to each state may surprise you

Of all the best pizza chains, which is the top brand according to each state?

When it comes to putting together a list of the best pizza chains, there is no right or wrong answer. Taste buds are not all the same, so each person has a different opinion. But we may have a good idea of the preferred pizza brand thanks to the majority of votes.

Top Data recently put together a report listing the top five pizza restaurants from each state and then narrowed it down to one. You can find the graphic below. Check it out and let us know if it matches what your personal favorite pizza chain is!

As you’ll find in the results, Little Caesars rules as the clear winner of all the best pizza brands. It immensely helped the chain when they announced that they would be offering delivery for the first time in 20 years.

Despite reports that the COVID-19 outbreak slowed down fast food sales, the world of fast food is different for pizza. More people staying at home means more pizza orders being placed.

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That’s a lot of orange! According to this report, Little Caesars has been the pizza chain preferred by 24 states. Papa John’s comes in at a far second place with only nine states, and then Domino’s at No. 3 with seven states.

I’m in Texas and, personally, I prefer Domino’s! But to be honest, I do purchase pizza from Little Caesars more often than Domino’s. You just can’t beat the prices Little Caesars offers! And don’t get me wrong, I’m not one to sacrifice flavor over a few dollars, but the pizza meals Little Caesars offers aren’t bad! The pizza is actually good.

Another bonus: Little Caesars’ unbeatable “Hot & Ready” deal. Simply the best. Quick, convenient, little to no dealing with staff (which is more important now than ever).

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Did this graphic get your favorite pizza chain correctly based on your state?