There are 10 different types of Girl Scout Cookies, but only a few that people are heads and shoulders above the rest....Think Thin Mints (Yuck) and Samoas (Yummy)...But what is Idaho's favorite?

Credit: Influenster

We're right in the middle of Girl Scout Cookie season, so this survey is really important stuff when it comes to picking what boxes...or cases you are going to order this year.   The website Influenster.com just ran a survey to find the most popular type of Girl Scout Cookies in every state . . . and two types dominated.

Thin Mints are the most popular cookie in 24 states, and Samoas are the most popular in 18 states.

Tagalongs,  were the most popular in seven states . . . and Do-si-dos, also known as Peanut Butter Sandwiches, were the most popular in two states.

If this were a presidential election, the popular vote isn't enough to name the top vote getter, so how many electoral votes did each cookie get? Because literally everything has to be connected back to politics these days.

And even though Thin Mints won 24 states, they lost the Electoral College . . . by one vote.  Thin Mints got 242 electoral votes . . . Samoas got 243.  (Can I get and Amen and a Hallelujah)

Tagalongs got 47, and Do-si-dos got six.  Third party cookies don't eveb have a chance in Girl Scout Cookie elections.

(Influenster