Hole Truth Survey
A study by Life Savers purports to link the method Americans use to consume one of the candies with their personalities.
According to the study, called "Hole Truth Survey", 1,500 Life Saver lovers contributed to the following results:
The number of people who prefer to suck on a Life Saver outnumber those who chew the sweets nearly 4 to 1. Of those self-described suckers, 74 percent were women with two years or less of college, earning 40,000 or less.
Conversely, of the 19-percent who said they were chewers, many were men, typically with a college degree or higher, who earn 60,000 a year or more. As for the top flavors, Cherry rated the most popular among Americans, followed by Butter Rum, Wint-O-Green and pineapple.